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    Barbara J. Bain, Mike Leach.
    Summary: "The increasing centralisation of specialised tests and the divorce of clinical and laboratory haematology in many countries means that many haematologists now have no direct contact with an immunophenotyping laboratory. Despite this, the results from the laboratory are often crucial in the management of their patients. This book is intended to help haematologists and trainees to understand and interpret immunophenotyping results. It is not directed at those working in an immunophenotyping laboratory and technical details are therefore outlined only briefly. Such laboratories may, however, find it a useful source of information. For further reading on the subject, see the bibliography of each chapter"-- Provided by publisher.

    Purpose and principles of immunophenotyping
    A compendium of antibodies and the patterns of expression of the equivalent antigens in normal and neoplastic cells
    Immunophenotyping in the diagnosis and monitoring of haematological neoplasms and related conditions with tables and figures for quick reference
    Test yourself.
    Digital Access Wiley 2020