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Immunophenotyping via High Complexity Flow Cytometry in Acute Myeloid Leukemia

A Champions AACR 2024 Poster


Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML) is a highly heterogeneous disease with a diverse range of abnormal myeloid subpopulations resulting in challenges in clinical diagnosis and treatment. Many methods such as flow cytometry are used to provide precise information for risk stratification and treatment methods. Flow cytometry utilizes the expression patterns of cellular markers to characterize the high diversity in AML subpopulations with high sensitivity and specificity. This coupled with rapid analysis timelines allows for flow cytometry to be an excellent tool for the identification of AML lineage and progression through both phenotypic analysis and difference from normal. As AML lineage and disease progression are predictors of residual disease and relapse, the need for effective and accurate characterization of AML populations is critical.

Here, Champions Oncology has developed a high-complexity 18-color flow cytometry panel to identify AML subpopulations at high resolution. 

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