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Flow cytometry: principles and clinical applications in hematology

M Brown, C Wittwer
2000 Clinical Chemistry  
This report reviews the general principles in flow cytometry and selected applications of flow cytometry in the clinical hematology laboratory.  ...  This is attributable in part to the development of smaller, user-friendly, less-expensive instruments and a continuous increase in the number of clinical applications.  ...  Applications in hematology include DNA content analysis, leukemia and lymphoma phenotyping, immunologic monitoring of HIV-infected individuals, and assessment of structural and functional properties of  ... 
pmid:10926916 fatcat:42u65vaqgvce5nfvbqddrjufva

Recent Literature Clinical Pathology of the Blood . A treatise on the General Principles and Special Applications of Hematology. By James Ewing, A.M., M.D. Second Edition. Revised and Enlarged. Illustrated. New York and Philadelphia: Lea Brothers & Co. 1903

1904 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
Surgery of the head, neck and thorax, infectious diseases, diseases of children, laryngology and rhinology and otology are discussed in this volume.  ...  The morphology of blood cells, leukemia and the essential features of Ehrlich's immunity theories have been incorporated. Four new plates and other figures have also been added.  ...  Clinical Pathology of the Blood. A treatise on the General Principles and Special Applications of Hematology. By James Ewing, A.M., M.D. Second Edition. Revised and Enlarged. Illustrated.  ... 
doi:10.1056/nejm190404211501612 fatcat:uingp5ge7ncfdn7vsrhya3edvi

Recent Literature Clinical Pathology of the Blood . A Treatise on the General Principles and Special Applications of Hematology. By James Ewing, A.M., M.D., Professor of Pathology in Cornell University Medical College, New York City. Illustrated with 30 engravings and 14 colored plates drawn by the author. Philadelphia and New York: Lea Brothers & Co. 1901

1901 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
We think that the word " clinical " in the title of the work is superfluous.  ...  Throughout the work the author endeavors to assume a critical attitude, and the book shows that he has an excellent knowledge of the clinical examination of the blood.  ... 
doi:10.1056/nejm190107041450107 fatcat:ho3fw27g2za47bgjkveujtr7a4