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Guidelines for the use of flow cytometry and cell sorting in immunological studies (third edition)

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Title:Guidelines for the use of flow cytometry and cell sorting in immunological studies (third edition)
Creators Name:Cossarizza, A. and Chang, H.D. and Radbruch, A. and Abrignani, S. and Addo, R. and Akdis, M. and Andrä, I. and Andreata, F. and Annunziato, F. and Arranz, E. and Bacher, P. and Bari, S. and Barnaba, V. and Barros-Martins, J. and Baumjohann, D. and Beccaria, C.G. and Bernardo, D. and Boardman, D.A. and Borger, J. and Böttcher, C. and Brockmann, L. and Burns, M. and Busch, D.H. and Cameron, G. and Cammarata, I. and Cassotta, A. and Chang, Y. and Chirdo, F.G. and Christakou, E. and Čičin-Šain, L. and Cook, L. and Corbett, A.J. and Cornelis, R. and Cosmi, L. and Davey, M.S. and De Biasi, S. and De Simone, G. and Del Zotto, G. and Delacher, M. and Di Rosa, F. and Santo, J.D. and Diefenbach, A. and Dong, J. and Dörner, T. and Dress, R.J. and Dutertre, C.A. and Eckle, S.B.G. and Eede, P. and Evrard, M. and Falk, C.S. and Feuerer, M. and Fillatreau, S. and Fiz-Lopez, A. and Follo, M. and Foulds, G.A. and Fröbel, J. and Gagliani, N. and Galletti, G. and Gangaev, A. and Garbi, N. and Garrote, J.A. and Geginat, J. and Gherardin, N.A. and Gibellini, L. and Ginhoux, F. and Godfrey, D.I. and Gruarin, P. and Haftmann, C. and Hansmann, L. and Harpur, C.M. and Hayday, A.C. and Heine, G. and Hernández, D.C. and Herrmann, M. and Hoelsken, O. and Huang, Q. and Huber, S. and Huber, J.E. and Huehn, J. and Hundemer, M. and Hwang, W.Y.K. and Iannacone, M. and Ivison, S.M. and Jäck, H.M. and Jani, P.K. and Keller, B. and Kessler, N. and Ketelaars, S. and Knop, L. and Knopf, J. and Koay, H.F. and Kobow, K. and Kriegsmann, K. and Kristyanto, H. and Krueger, A. and Kuehne, J.F. and Kunze-Schumacher, H. and Kvistborg, P. and Kwok, I. and Latorre, D. and Lenz, D. and Levings, M.K. and Lino, A.C. and Liotta, F. and Long, H.M. and Lugli, E. and MacDonald, K.N. and Maggi, L. and Maini, M.K. and Mair, F. and Manta, C. and Manz, R.S. and Mashreghi, M.F. and Mazzoni, A. and McCluskey, J. and Mei, H.E. and Melchers, F. and Melzer, S. and Mielenz, D. and Monin, L. and Moretta, L. and Multhoff, G. and Muñoz, L.E. and Muñoz-Ruiz, M. and Muscate, F. and Natalini, A. and Neumann, K. and Ng, L.G. and Niedobitek, A. and Niemz, J. and Almeida, L.N. and Notarbartolo, S. and Ostendorf, L. and Pallett, L.J. and Patel, A.A. and Percin, G.I. and Peruzzi, G. and Pinti, M. and Pockley, A.G. and Pracht, K. and Prinz, I. and Pujol-Autonell, I. and Pulvirenti, N. and Quatrini, L. and Quinn, K.M. and Radbruch, H. and Rhys, H. and Rodrigo, M.B. and Romagnani, C. and Saggau, C. and Sakaguchi, S. and Sallusto, F. and Sanderink, L. and Sandrock, I. and Schauer, C. and Scheffold, A. and Scherer, H.U. and Schiemann, M. and Schildberg, F.A. and Schober, K. and Schoen, J. and Schuh, W. and Schüler, T. and Schulz, A.R. and Schulz, S. and Schulze, J. and Simonetti, S. and Singh, J. and Sitnik, K.M. and Stark, R. and Starossom, S. and Stehle, C. and Szelinski, F. and Tan, L. and Tarnok, A. and Tornack, J. and Tree, T.I.M. and van Beek, J.J.P. and van de Veen, W. and van Gisbergen, K. and Vasco, C. and Verheyden, N.A. and von Borstel, A. and Ward-Hartstonge, K.A. and Warnatz, K. and Waskow, C. and Wiedemann, A. and Wilharm, A. and Wing, J. and Wirz, O. and Wittner, J. and Yang, J.H.M. and Yang, J.
Abstract:The third edition of Flow Cytometry Guidelines provides the key aspects to consider when performing flow cytometry experiments and includes comprehensive sections describing phenotypes and functional assays of all major human and murine immune cell subsets. Notably, the Guidelines contain helpful tables highlighting phenotypes and key differences between human and murine cells. Another useful feature of this edition is the flow cytometry analysis of clinical samples with examples of flow cytometry applications in the context of autoimmune diseases, cancers as well as acute and chronic infectious diseases. Furthermore, there are sections detailing tips, tricks and pitfalls to avoid. All sections are written and peer-reviewed by leading flow cytometry experts and immunologists, making this edition an essential and state-of-the-art handbook for basic and clinical researchers.
Keywords:Autoimmune Diseases, Chronic Disease, Flow Cytometry, Infections, Neoplasms, Practice Guidelines as Topic, Animals, Mice
Source:European Journal of Immunology
Page Range:2708-3145
Date:December 2021
Official Publication:https://doi.org/10.1002/eji.202170126
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