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immunophenotype

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  • n. The immunological and genetic characteristics of an organism

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Examples

  • The test: A laboratory process called immunophenotype will identify five different types of killer cells and the levels of each, in relation to helper cells.

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  • There are many subtypes of AML, which are classified by their appearance under a microscope, by the proteins on the surface of the cells (immunophenotype), the changes in chromosome number or structure (cytogenetics or karyotype) and by the mutations in certain genes.

    Leukemia - Diagnosis and Treatment

  • The aforementioned markers define best the immunophenotype of erythroid progenitor cells, as shown in a large number of studies

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  • This case appears to represent a rare variant of clear cell sarcoma arising in peripheral soft tissues with unusual histology and unique immunophenotype.

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  • Cancer Specimen Resource (from 1982 to 2007), Huysentruyt and colleagues investigated the incidence of HIV-infected lymphomas in the pre - and post-HAART eras to determine if HIV-positive lymphomas have a specific immunophenotype.

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  • An aberrant immunophenotype could be detected in 94 % of patients.

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  • This four-color flowcytometric study detected a leukemia-associated immunophenotype (LAIP) in 85 % of patients with sensitivities of 0. 1-0.01 % using patient-tailored labelings.

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  • Acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) with an immature B-cell immunophenotype

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  • Current risk stratification is based primarily on clinical variables, detection of sentinel lesions, immunophenotype, and early response to therapy, but still a substantial proportion of patients escape detection and go on to relapse.

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  • Note that current risk stratification is based primarily on clinical variables, detection of sentinel lesions, immunophenotype, and early response to therapy.

    MedPageToday.com - medical news plus CME for physicians

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