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Simultaneous analyses of white blood cell subsets using multi-color, multi-intensity fluorescent markers in flow cytometry



Simultaneous analyses of white blood cell subsets using multi-color, multi-intensity fluorescent markers in flow cytometry



Official Gazette of the United States Patent & Trademark Office Patents 1228(5), Nov 30



A method for a single-measurement quantification of multiple populations of white blood cells (WBC) is based upon the labeling of different pairs of cell populations, each pair containing mutually exclusive cell receptors which are expressed at substantially similar receptor densities with labeled ligands for each receptor. One cell population is labeled with a ligand capable of binding to a first cell surface receptor which ligand is directly conjugated to a fluorescent phycobiliprotein or tandem dye; and a second cell population is labeled with a ligand capable of binding to a second cell surface receptor, which ligand is cross-linked by an aminodextran to a fluorescent phycobiliprotein or tandem dye. The phycobiliproteins upon laser excitation produce a different detectable fluorescence intensity for each cell population. Use of such pairs of conjugates enable two populations of cells with similar receptor densities to be distinguished with the use of a single color marker. Further use of additional ligands to other cell surface receptors and additional phycobiliprotein or tandem dye, or other markers in the same manner, enables the simultaneous quantification of up to 45 different cell populations with one laser line and four fluorescent colors.

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