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NeoTYPE® Cancer Profiles
Flow cytometry is a technique for rapidly counting, sorting, and analyzing cells by passing a fluid suspension of cells with labelled targets past an electronic detection device. Flow cytometry is used in cancer diagnostics for quantification, biomarker detection, measuring total and/or newly synthesized DNA, and evaluating gene expression. This technique allows simultaneous analysis of multiple physical and biochemical characteristics of the sample. Samples can be interrogated at each level of cell detail including the cell surface, cytoplasm, and nucleus.
Acceptable specimen types vary by test, so please check details for the test of interest. NeoGenomics’ flow cytometry testing is routinely performed on the following specimens:
Panels are available with global or tech-only levels of service. Numerous standard add-on panels (to supplement analyses in progress) and follow-up panels (to monitor known diagnoses) are available. Please see the full test list for details.
See our full list of flow cytometry tests with printable descriptions and specimen requirements.
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