JCVI: Elucidation of Seventeen Human Peripheral Blood B-cell Subsets and Quantification of the Tetanus Response Using a Density-based Method for the Automated Identification of Cell Populations in Multidimensional Flow Cytometry Data.
 
 
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Qian Y, Wei C, Eun-Hyung Lee F, Campbell J, Halliley J, Lee JA, Cai J, Kong YM, Sadat E, Thomson E, Dunn P, Seegmiller AC, Karandikar NJ, Tipton CM, Mosmann T, Sanz I, Scheuermann RH

Elucidation of Seventeen Human Peripheral Blood B-cell Subsets and Quantification of the Tetanus Response Using a Density-based Method for the Automated Identification of Cell Populations in Multidimensional Flow Cytometry Data.

Cytometry. Part B, Clinical Cytometry. 2010 Oct 01; 78: S69-82.

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Advances in multiparameter flow cytometry (FCM) now allow for the independent detection of larger numbers of fluorochromes on individual cells, generating data with increasingly higher dimensionality. The increased complexity of these data has made it difficult to identify cell populations from high-dimensional FCM data using traditional manual gating strategies based on single-color or two-color displays.

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