- Leukemias and lympomas: Immunophenotyping (evaluation of cell surface markers), diagnosis, detection of minimal residual disease, and to identify prognostically important subgroups.
- Paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria: Deficiency of CD 55 and CD 59.
- Hematopoietic stem cell transplantation: Enumeration of CD34+ stem cells.
- Feto-maternal hemorrhage: Detection and quantitation of foetal hemoglobin in maternal blood sample.
- Anemias: Reticulocyte count.
- Human immunodeficiency virus infection: For enumeration of CD4+ lymphocytes.
- Histocompatibility cross matching.
COMMON APPLICATIONS OF FLOW CYTOMETRY IN HEMATOLOGYWritten by Dayyal Dg.