Cytometry Part B: Clinical Cytometry

Cover image for Vol. 86 Issue 4

Edited By: Frederic I. Preffer

Impact Factor: 2.231

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2012: 10/32 (Medical Laboratory Technology); 32/77 (Pathology)

Online ISSN: 1552-4957

Associated Title(s): Cytometry Part A

All Virtual Issues


The Editor is proud to present the best original papers of 2010-2011


Your Favorite Read, July 2010


The Editor is proud to present the best original papers of 2009 - September 2009



The Editor is proud to present the best original papers of 2010-2011


Annually, Clinical Cytometry presents an award for the best paper published in the Original Manuscript category between July of the preceding year and May of the current year. The award is given for the manuscript judged to be of the best scientific quality and the most novel, substantial addition to the field. This award includes travel expenses and complimentary meeting registration to the annual Clinical Cytometry Society meeting where the award is presented along with a plaque commemorating the award and an honorarium. This year's winner is “Localization of CD44 and CD90 Positive Cells to the Invasive Front of Breast Tumors” by Vera S. Donnenberg, Albert D. Donnenberg, Ludovic Zimmerlin, Rodney J. Landreneau, Rohit Bhargava, Ryan A. Wetzel, Per Basse,and Adam M. Brufsky. This virtual issue of Clinical Cytometry is presented in recognition of both the winner and the small number of additional excellent manuscripts which were nominated.

 

 

1. Localization of CD44 and CD90 Positive Cells to the Invasive Front of Breast Tumors
Vera S. Donnenberg, Albert D. Donnenberg, Ludovic Zimmerlin, Rodney J. Landreneau, Rohit Bhargava, Ryan A. Wetzel, Per Basse, and Adam M. Brufsky

2. Multiparameter immunophenotyping by flow cytometry in multiple myeloma: The diagnostic utility of defining ranges of normal antigenic expression in comparison to histology
Elisa Cannizzo, Emanuele Bellio, Aliyah R. Sohani, Robert P. Hasserjian, Judith A. Ferry, Michelle E. Dorn, Craig Sadowski, Janessa J. Bucci, Giovanni Carulli, Frederic Preffer

 

3. Evaluation of an 8-color flow cytometric reference method for white blood cell differential enumeration
Sindhu Cherian, Greg Levin, Wing Yin Lo, Megan Mauck, Donald Kuhn, Crystol Lee, and Brent L. Wood

 

4. Central memory CD4 T cells dominate the normal cerebrospinal fluid
Marieke T. de Graaf, Peter A. E. Sillevis Smitt, Ronald L. Luitwieler, Chris van Velzen, Patricia D. M. van den Broek, Jaco Kraan, and Jan W. Gratama

 

5. Flow cytometric analysis of microparticle phenotype and their role in thrombin generation
M. G. Macey, N. Enniks, and S. Bevan

6. External quality assurance of circulating tumor cell enumeration using the CellSearch® system: A feasibility study
Jaco Kraan, Stefan Sleijfer, Michiel H. Strijbos, Michail Ignatiadis, Dieter Peeters, Jean-Yves Pierga, Francoise Farace, Sabine Riethdorf, Tanja Fehm, Laura Zorzino, Arjan G. J. Tibbe, Marisa Maestro, Rafael Gisbert-Criado, Graeme Denton, Johann S. de Bono, Caroline Dive, John A. Foekens, and Jan W. Gratama

 

7. Phenotypic abnormalities strongly reflect genotype in patients with unexplained cytopenias
Jevon A. Cutler, Denise A. Wells, Arjan A. van de Loosdrecht, Monica E. de Baca, Michael H. Kalnoski, Barbara K. Zehentner, Lisa Eidenschink, Keely M. Ghirardelli, Julie Sanford Biggerstaff, and Michael R. Loken



Your Favorite Read, July 2010



In this virtual issue, we would like to highlight ten papers that have been read the most in the past 12 months. It makes for an interesting list and we hope you enjoy reading for the first time or revisiting these important papers.


Considerations for the control of background fluorescence in clinical flow cytometry
Ruud Hulspas, Maurice R.G. O'Gorman, Brent L. Wood, Jan W. Gratama, D. Robert Sutherland


2006 Bethesda International Consensus recommendations on the immunophenotypic analysis of hematolymphoid neoplasia by flow cytometry: Optimal reagents and reporting for the flow cytometric diagnosis of hematopoietic neoplasia
Brent L. Wood, Maria Arroz, David Barnett, Joseph DiGiuseppe, Bruce Greig, Steven J. Kussick, Teri Oldaker, Mark Shenkin, Elizabeth Stone, Paul Wallace


Four- and five-color flow cytometry analysis of leukocyte differentiation pathways in normal bone marrow: A reference document based on a systematic approach by the GTLLF and GEIL
Christine Arnoulet, Marie C. Béné, Françoise Durrieu, Jean Feuillard, Chantal Fossat, Bernard Husson, Hélène Jouault, Marc Maynadié, Francis Lacombe


Advances in complex multiparameter flow cytometry technology: Applications in stem cell research
Frederic Preffer, David Dombkowski


Detection of circulating endothelial cells and endothelial progenitor cells by flow cytometry
Sameena S. Khan, Michael A. Solomon, J. Philip McCoy Jr.


Recent advances in the diagnosis, monitoring, and management of patients with paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria
Stephen J. Richards, Anita Hill, Peter Hillmen


2006 Bethesda International Consensus recommendations on the flow cytometric immunophenotypic analysis of hematolymphoid neoplasia: Medical indications
B. H. Davis, J.T. Holden, M.C. Bene, M.J. Borowitz, R.C. Braylan, D. Cornfield, W. Gorczyca, R. Lee, R. Maiese, A. Orfao, D. Wells, B.L. Wood, M. Stetler-Stevenson


Flowcytometric phenotyping of common variable immunodeficiency
Klaus Warnatz, Michael Schlesier


Validated protocol for FoxP3 reveals increased expression in type 1 diabetes patients
Jean Grant, Katarzyna Bourcier, Stephen Wallace, Dalin Pan, Alexis Conway, Vicki Seyfert-Margolis, Paul K. Wallace


Diagnosing PNH with FLAER and multiparameter flow cytometry
D. Robert Sutherland, Nancy Kuek, Jeff Davidson, David Barth, Hong Chang, Erik Yeo, Sylvia Bamford, Ian Chin-Yee, Michael Keeney




The Editor is proud to present the best original papers of 2009 - September 2009


Annually, Clinical Cytometry presents an award for the best paper published in the Original Manuscript category between July of the preceding year and May of the current year. The award is given for the manuscript judged to be of the best scientific quality and the most novel, substantial addition to the field. This award includes travel expenses and complimentary meeting registration to the annual Clinical Cytometry Society meeting where the award is presented along with a plaque commemorating the award and an honorarium. This year's winner is 'Analysis of clinical flow cytometric immunophenotyping data by clustering on statistical manifolds: Treating flow cytometry data as high-dimensional objects' by WG Finn, KM Carter, R Raich, LM Stoolman, AO Hero, Cytometry Part B (Clinical Cytometry) 74:1-7, 2009. This virtual issue of Clinical Cytometry is presented in recognition of both the winner and the small number of additional excellent manuscripts which were nominated.


Analysis of clinical flow cytometric immunophenotyping data by clustering on statistical manifolds: Treating flow cytometry data as high-dimensional objects
WG Finn, KM Carter, R Raich, LM Stoolman, AO Hero


Development and evaluation of a stabilized whole-blood preparation as a process control material for screening of paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria by flow cytometry
SJ Richards, L Whitby, MJ Cullen, AJ Dickinson, V Granger, JT Reilly, P Hillmen, D Barnett


Immunophenotypic features distinguishing familial chronic lymphocytic leukemia from sporadic chronic lymphocytic leukemia
E Ahmad, SM Steinberg, L Goldin, CJ Hess, N Caporaso, RJ Kreitman, A Wiestner, W Wilson, T White, G Marti, M Stetler-Stevenson


Cytotoxicity and antibody binding by flow cytometry: A single assay to simultaneously assess two parameters
CL Saw, RA Bray, HM Gebel


Utility of CD26 in flow cytometric immunophenotyping of T-cell lymphomas in tissue and body fluid specimens
DM Pierson, D Jones, T Muzzafar, MJ Kersh, P Challagundla, LJ Medeiros, JL Jorgensen


Pathogenesis of osteoarthritis: Chondrocyte replicative senescence or apoptosis?
L Takács-Buia, C Lordachel, N Efimov, M Caloianu, J Montreuil, D Bratosin


Kinetics of H2AX phosphorylation after exposure to cisplatin
Peggy L. Olive, Judit P. Banáth


Flow cytometric differential of leukocyte populations in normal bone marrow: Influence of peripheral blood contamination1
RA Brooimans, J Kraan, W van Putten, JJ Cornelissen, B Löwenberg, JW Gratama


Normalization of bone marrow aspirates for hemodilution in flow cytometric analyses
MR Loken, SC Chu, W Fritschle, M Kalnoski, DA Wells


Publishing pilot intervention studies
Becker, P.T.


Mediator and moderator variables in nursing research: conceptual and statistical differences
Bennett, J.A.


Designing effective nursing interventions
Conn, V. S., Rantz, M. J., Wipke-Tevis, D. D., & Maas, M. L.




SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION