Chronic Leukaemia Panel B cell and T cell

Chronic flow cytometry immunophenotyping panel (B cell and T cell subsets). The surface immunoglobulin panel will be added when appropriate or by special request.
Clinical details: 
CLL, lymphoma, increased lymphocytes
Reference range: 


Synonyms or keywords: 
CHRONIC, B cell neoplasm analysis, T cell neoplasm analysis, B cell immunophenotyping, T cell immunophenotyping, flow cytometry, immunophenotying, immunophenotype, chronic leukaemia screen, chronic leukaemia diagnosis, flow cytometry, acute, chronic, leukaemia, lymphoma, LPD, B cell, T cell, Myeloid, lymphoid, MDS, Blasts, Blastic, lymphoblastic.
Sample type and Volume required: 
Whole Blood, Bone Marrow. minimum sample volume of 1ml.
Turnaround time: 
1 week
Special sample instructions: 

Surface immunoglobulin markers will be added when appropriate or by special request. Sample stability is 48hrs post venepuncture, please send to laboratory as soon as possible.  Samples must arrive at laboratory by 14:00 on a Friday or prior to a public holiday.

Storage and transport: 
Samples must be stored and transported at room temperature. Do NOT refrigerate.
Special Haematology Department at Guy's and St Thomas' Hospital
St Thomas’ Hospital
5th Floor - North Wing
Westminster Bridge Road
London SE1 7EH
Telephone - 0207 188 8189

Guy’s Hospital
4th Floor - Southwark Wing
Great Maze Pond
London SE1 9RT
Telephone - 020 7188 3421

Flow Cytometry/Immunophenotyping Laboratory at Guy's and St Thomas' Clinical Advisory Service
Monday - Friday 9:00 - 17:00
For clinical advice or interpretation of results, please contact the laboratory in the first instance.

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Last updated: 09/01/2020