Contents: Evolution of surface marker assays and immunologic reagents -- 2. Basic principles of clinical flow cytometry -- 3. Hematopoietic cell differentiation: monoclonal antibodies and cluster designation defined hematopoietic cell antigens -- 4. Software applications used in flow cytometry -- 5. Quality control and quality assurance in clinical flow cytometry -- 6. Economic and business aspects of flow cyrometry -- 7. Multiplex bead array assays -- 8. General considerations for flow cytometric analysis for hematolymphoid neoplasia -- 9. Flow cytometric analysis in the diagnosis and prognosis of lymphoma and chronic leukemias -- 10. Flow cytometric analysis of acute leukemias, myelodysplastic syndromes, and myeloproliferative disorders -- 11. The use of flow cytometry in the diagnosis of primary immunodeficiency disease -- 12. Functional disorders of Leukocytic phagocytes -- 13. Lymphocyte immunophenotyping in human immunodeficiency virus infection: for richer, for poorer -- 14. Clinical utility of flow cytometry in allogeneic transplantation -- 15. Clinical assays of red cells, platelets, and phagocytes -- 16. Current methods for identification of hematopoietic stem and progenitor cells in the clinical laboratory -- 17. DNA content analysis of solid tumors.Includes bibliographical references and index.