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Issue 12: New Assays: PAP Testing (GM-CSF Autoantibody and GM-CSF Receptor Stimulation), T Cell Degranulation, Osmotic Gradient Ektacytometry and Hemoglobin-Oxygen Affinity, p50

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Past Issues

Previous issues of the newsletter are available:

  •  Issue 11: Th17 Enumeration and HIES Syndrome
  •  Issue 10: Revised B Cell Panel and ALPS Lab Assay Update
  •  Issue 9: Revised CD45 RARO panel; WASP Transplant Panel
  •  Issue 8: Severe combined immunodeficiency (SCID) 
  •  Issue 7: XIAP-XLP2 assay; FA diagnostics
  •  Issue 6: A Confusing Case of Class Switching?; Flow Cytometry: STAT!; Pattern Recognition
  •  Issue 5: BAFFled about B-cell recovery; CD107a: Turning Cytotoxicity Inside-Out; Immuno-101: DNTCs
  •  Issue 4: A Season of Spring in the DIL; Monitoring B-cell depletion therapy; A new look at cytotoxicity
  •  Issue 3: A Case of Mistaken Immunologic Identity?; A Flaer for PNH; Eosinophil-based assays; Immuno-101
  •  Issue 2: B-Cell Panel; ICOS Upregulation
  •  Issue 1: ALPS Panel; CD64 Upregulation

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Recruitment

The Immunodeficiency and Histiocytosis Program in the Division of Hematology / Oncology has a variety of research protocols open for recruitment. These protocols share the main feature that they serve to better understand immunologic disease, as it pertains to increased susceptibility to infections, autoimmunity, lymphoproliferation and hemophagocytosis. Our research protocols focus on careful characterization of clinical disease combined with comprehensive immunologic and genetic testing of blood and / or tissues.