HookeIsMyHero

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Does anyone have a favorite flow cytometry book to read to get acquainted with both how flow works and relevant findings in different diseases? I am having a flow rotation in a few months and have no hemepath experience so far in residency. I've seem some people suggest:

Flow Cytometry in Hematopathology: A Visual Approach to Data Analysis and Interpretation
by Doyen T. Nguyen, Lawrence W. Diamond, Raul C. Braylan

Is there anything that people like better out there?

Thanks!
 

pathdoc68

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Sadly, there are actually no good flow books. Use the flow diagrams form Kjeldsberg and Hsi(Foundations) I also like Gorczyca.
 

CameronFrye

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Does anyone have a favorite flow cytometry book to read to get acquainted with both how flow works and relevant findings in different diseases? I am having a flow rotation in a few months and have no hemepath experience so far in residency. I've seem some people suggest:

Flow Cytometry in Hematopathology: A Visual Approach to Data Analysis and Interpretation
by Doyen T. Nguyen, Lawrence W. Diamond, Raul C. Braylan

Is there anything that people like better out there?

Thanks!
I like the flow book by Keren, but it may be more than you were looking for.