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Spectral characteristics of human leukocytes and their relevance to automated cell identification part 3 eosinophils neutrophils and lymphocytes


, : Spectral characteristics of human leukocytes and their relevance to automated cell identification part 3 eosinophils neutrophils and lymphocytes. Acta Cytologica 23(3): 231-236

The spectral characteristics of various normal cell types from human blood were examined in respect to an automated, rapid-flow photometric identification system after staining for peroxidase activity. A plot of light loss against light scatter gave a separation of eosinophils, neutrophils and lymphocytes comparable in accuracy to visual separations. This staining was not useful for the segregation of monocytes and basophils, for which other stains are useful in the system under study. Automated, rapid-flow photometric identification of blood cell types can produce differential cell counts with good confidence levels.

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