”, by Claudio Ortolani, published by Wiley-Blackwell in 2011, forms a cornerstone of ESCCA’s continuing efforts to disseminate knowledge related to flow cytometry applications and to provide users with high-quality reference texts and guidelines.
Many initiatives aimed at establishing a common European flow cytometry teaching programme for first level operators and diagnostic interpretation, promoting and disseminating the use of validated and standardised procedures and promoting quality issues in all aspects of clinical cell analysis are still in the pipeline.

Our growing number of Members and the wide range of nationalities represented by participants in ESCCA initiatives is the best indicator of our Society’s viability and international renown.

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