By Doyen T. Nguyen, Lawrence W. Diamond, Raul C. Braylan
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2 Liver with involvement by peripheral T-cell lymphoma. (a) The high uptake of PI by dead and dying cells facilitates the separation of viable (R1 gate) from nonviable cells. The viability in this sample is 15%. (b) The high content of nonviable cells imparts a disarrayed appearance to the ungated FSC/SSC dot plot. (c,d) Gated on R1: The tumor (arrow) demonstrates high FSC, downregulated CD3 and a loss of CD7 expression. Residual T-cells (low FSC, CD3+, CD7+) are present. The clinical impression or the morphologic features of the specimens should not dictate the design and selection of an antibody panel.
For discrete populations with a rather evenly distributed S-phase, low content of debris, and low to intermediate S-phase fractions (<15 %), a simple rectangle method for S-phase calculation is suitable to most cases of malignant lymphoma. 12 Examples of DNA histograms on different lymphomas. (a) FCC II lymphoma: diploid and low S-phase fraction (S% 2). (b) PTCL: Diploid, S-phase fraction in the intermediate range (S% 10). 84) with an S-phase fraction of 6%. 1, S% 2). cells from the G0 /G1 peak.
In that case, TdT is necessary to establish the maturity status of the tumor cells, which affects the diagnosis and therapy. A useful approach to assess TdT in ALL is to combine the TdT assay with DNA analysis. Aneuploidy is not only helpful as a prognostic marker but the TdT/DNA combination will also serve as a useful fingerprint for the detection of residual/relapsed disease in the patient’s follow-up specimens. , CD19 or CD10) markers. 2). Whereas the immature neoplastic cells in ALL can be confused morphologically with mature neoplastic lymphoid cells in LPD/NHL, blasts in AML are morphologically distinctive from the maturing myeloid precursors.
Flow Cytometry in Hematopathology: A Visual Approach to Data Analysis and Interpretation by Doyen T. Nguyen, Lawrence W. Diamond, Raul C. Braylan