An atlas of cells with consensual nomenclature by the WP10 Morphology Faculty
This section provides a collection of a consensus-based cell library of meaningful hematopoietic images provided, identified and named by members of the European Morphology Faculty, including 28 experts from 17 different European countries.
Flow cytometry atlas
Here are the four parts of the flow cytometry atlas of normal human bone marrow explored by the french group GTLLF. Il reports on a 12 tubes panel of 4 colour combinations analyzed in a very systematized way. Part one provides a description of the patterns observed for polymorphonuclears (in red), monocytes(in green), lymphocytes (in magenta) and the area of hematopoietic maturation that we called "bermudes" (in cyan) in biparametric scattergrams.
Parts 2, 3 and 4 provide a more detailed analysis of maturation patterns for the three lineages, using backgating and cross gating with reference to the CD45/SSC scattergram.
Documents provided by WP10
Below are the consensual documents produced as a working group by the members of WP10. They provide practical information useful for the immunophenotypic diagnosis of leukemias by flow cytometry.
Information about Project 10: Diagnostics
Integrate all major diagnostic groups from Europe into a European Platform on Leukemia Diagnostics· Establish a diagnostic reference panel
Extend the quality control rounds on the "reference center level"
Develop and improve teaching facil ...
Contact Persons in Project 10: Diagnostics
Updated list of contact persons (July 2014)
Contact data of WP10
Lead participants and participants of WP10 (Diagnostics)
Diagnostics, WP10, lead participant
Dates and Meetings
Work Packages: Physicians, WP10
HemoSurf - an interactive Hematology atlas:
Work Packages: WP10, Physicians
Atlas of Hematology:
Laboratories of Project 10: Diagnostics
Recommendations of Project 10: Diagnostics
How and why minimal residual disease studies are necessary in leukemia: a review from WP10 and WP12 of the European LeukaemiaNet
Haematologica. 2009 Aug;94(8):1135-50. Epub 2009 Jul 7.
Resistance to therapeutic agents is a major factor in the failur ...