Published in Blood Weekly, May 8th, 2003
"Although enumeration of CD34+ cells in the peripheral blood (PB) on the day of apheresis predicts the quantity of those cells collected, the flow cytometric techniques used are complex and expensive, and several hours are required to obtain the result in the clinical practice setting," scientists in South Korea explained.
"The Sysmex SE-9000 automated haematology analyzer provides an estimate of immature cells, called hematopoietic progenitor cells (HPC)," according to J.L. Lee and coauthors at the University of Ulsan, who assessed "the clinical usefulness of HPC in...
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