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The second one version of this quantity displays the new advances within the FCM research of hematopoietic problems. The chapters were revised to include new textual content and figures. the quantity is aimed toward hematopathologists, hematologists, pathologists, and laboratory technicians.
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Immunoglobulins have many epitopes and are, therefore, more easily detectable by polyclonal Fab′2 fragments than by monoclonal reagents. The surface immunoglobulins in some mature B-cell malignancies may not be produced correctly; one or more epitopes may be deleted or altered. Staining with a monoclonal antibody may yield a false-negative result if the reagent happens to be speciﬁc for the missing or modiﬁed epitope, whereas polyclonal antibodies, especially those with broader speciﬁcities, will give a positive result by reacting with the other epitopes of the immunoglobulin.
In the latter instance, a doublet is the result of two single particles being so close to each other in the sample core stream that the ﬂow cytometer sees them as a single event. The diameter of the core stream and thereby the alignment of the cells is affected by the sample delivery rate into the ﬂow cell; the higher the sample delivery rate, the wider the core stream and the lower the precision and accuracy of the data collected. Doublets and cell aggregates in the cell suspension can be the result of either delay in analysis or suboptimal tissue dissociation, in which case they are also present on the corresponding cytospins.
Based on this comparative evaluation of different brands of kappa and lambda, a given brand is considered optimal if the ﬂuorescence signals fall in the expected range for any given disorder, namely weak intensity in CLL/SLL and moderate to strong in MCL, along with the least background staining. With some brands of kappa/lambda reagents, it may not be possible to achieve the appropriate ﬂuorescence intensity. 4) and may fall in the same ﬂuorescence range observed in FCC and MCL. The intensity of surface light chain expression is one of several criteria critical in the diagnosis and subclassiﬁcation of mature B-cell malignancies.