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|Title:||Detecting antibodies with similar reactivity patterns in the HLDA8 blind panel of flow cytometry data|
|Citation:||Journal of Immunological Methods, 2005; 305(1):67-74|
|Publisher:||Elsevier Science BV|
|M.P. Salganik, D.L. Hardie, B. Swart, G.W. Dandie, H. Zola, S. Shaw, H. Shapiro, K. Tinckam, E.L. Milford and M.P. Wand|
|Abstract:||The blind panel collected for the 8th Human Leucocyte Differentiation Antigens Workshop (HLDA8; http://www.hlda8.org) included 49 antibodies of known CD specificities and 76 antibodies of unknown specificity. We have identified groups of antibodies showing similar patterns of reactivity that need to be investigated by biochemical methods to evaluate whether the antibodies within these groups are reacting with the same molecule. Our approach to data analysis was based on the work of Salganik et al. (in press) [Salganik, M.P., Milford E.L., Hardie D.L., Shaw, S., Wand, M.P., in press. Classifying antibodies using flow cytometry data: class prediction and class discovery. Biometrical Journal].|
|Keywords:||Antibodies; Classification; Cluster of differentiation; CD; Flow cytometry; Blind panel; Reactivity pattern; Kernel smoothing|
|Rights:||Copyright © 2005 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.|
|Appears in Collections:||Paediatrics publications|
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