Definitions for "Immunophenotyping"
The typing of cells with antibody markers.
Special stains to show cell surface proteins characteristic of T-cells (cells formed in the thymus) and B-cells (cells formed in the bone marrow) and their subtypes.
A test which measures the reaction between antibodies and antigens to further distinguish cells. This is used to further classify many malignancies. such as leukemias, and lymphomas.
Immunophenotyping is the recording of observable immunological characteristics of an individual, which result from interaction between the genes of that individual and the environment.