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Flow Cytometry in Oncology: Some Lessons from History

  • Howard M. Shapiro
Part of the Developments in Oncology book series (DION, volume 77)

Abstract

Although potential applications to cancer diagnosis, research, and treatment provided much of both the rationale and the funding for the early development of flow cytometry, a look back through the literature reveals that the field has not developed precisely as its pioneers envisioned. While flow cytometry is now widely used in oncology, reexamining some longstanding unsolved problems and neglected areas from the vantage point of the present may be helpful in broadening the scope of future applications.

Keywords

Flow Cytometry Fluorescence Polarization Flow Cytometric Assay Multiparameter Flow Cytometry Leukemic Clone 
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