An atlas of cells with consensual nomenclature by the WP10 Morphology Faculty
EHA Learning Center. Speakers S. Aug 14, 2017; 193370
Topic: Section 5: Laboratory diagnosis
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This section provides a collection of a consensus-based cell library of meaningful hematopoietic images provided, identified and named by members of the European Morphology Faculty, including 28 experts from 17 different European countries. In this cell collection of 228 pictures there are 604 labelled hematopoietic cells and an excel file where each cell is identified by its code on the images, by the type of stain used, the lineage and the consensual name agreed upon by the ELN Diagnosis Morphology Faculty.

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