Here you'll find selected publications pertaining to the blood-based enumeration of immune cells in the respective disease indication

  • General
    • Systemic Blood Immune Cell Populations as Biomarkers for the Outcome of Immune Checkpoint Inhibitor Therapies (Hernandez, 2020)

  • Basophil granulocytes
    • The CLEC12A receptor marks human basophils: Potential implications for minimal residual disease detection in acute myeloid leukemia (Toft-Petersen, 2018)
  • PD-1+ cells
    • Multiparameter Flow Cytometry Assay for Quantification of Immune Cell Subsets, PD‐1 Expression Levels and PD‐1 Receptor Occupancy by Nivolumab and Pembrolizumab (Pluim, 2019)
    • Expression of PD-1 on CD4+ T cells in peripheral blood associates with poor clinical outcome in non-small cell lung cancer (Zheng, 2016)
    • Numbers of CD8+PD-1+ and CD4+PD-1+ Cells in Peripheral Blood of Patients with Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia Are Independent of Binet Stage and Are Significantly Higher Compared to Healthy Volunteers (Novák, 2015)
  • Th17/Treg Balance
    • When worlds collide: Th17 and Treg cells in cancer and autoimmunity (Knochelmann, 2018)
  • Treg
    • Aberrant peripheral blood CD4+ CD25+ FOXP3+ regulatory T cells/T helper-17 number is associated with the outcome of patients with lymphoma (Dehghani, 2020)
    • The cellular ratio of immune tolerance (immunoCRIT) is a definite marker for aggressiveness of solid tumors and may explain tumor dissemination patterns (Türbachova, 2013)