Nishit Gupta#1, Ravikiran Pawar#1, Sambhunath Banerjee1, Subhajit Brahma1, Asish Rath1, Sundar Shewale1, Mayur Parihar2, Manish Singh2, Arun S R2, Shekhar Krishnan3, Arpita Bhatacharyya3, Anirban Das3, Jeevan Kumar4, Saurabh Bhave4, Vivek Radhakrishnan4, Reena Nair4, Mammen Chandy4, Neeraj Arora5 and Deepak Mishra5.
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1 Department of Laboratory Hematology
2 Department of Laboratory Hematology and Cytogenetics.
3 Department of Pediatric Oncology
4 Department of Clinical Hematology
5 Department of Laboratory Hematology and Molecular Genetics, Tata Medical Center, Kolkata
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Background: For diagnosis, sub-categorization and follow up of Acute Leukemia (AL), phenotypic analysis using flow cytometry is mandatory.
Material and methods
|Table 1. Subtype distribution of acute leukemia in adult (n=375) and pediatric (n=256) age groups.|
|Table 2. Immunophenotypic expression profiles of common antibodies in various leukemias (excluding T-ALL) classified based on WHO 2008.|
|Table 3. Immunophenotypic expression profiles of common antibodies in T-ALL cases (n=61).|
|Table 4. Overall expression of common antibodies in different subtypes of acute leukemia.|
AcknowledgementWe would like to acknowledge the clinical hematology, pediatric oncology, hemato-pathology, and cytogenetics team.