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Figure 3: Flow cytometric identification of the peripheral blood acute myelogenous leukemia patients and analysis of the lymphocyte population. (a and b) Independent, partly overlapping, or overlapping T lymphocyte and acute myelogenous leukemia populations. Forward side scatters and side scatters have identified the lymphocyte population of peripheral blood originating from acute myelogenous leukemia patients as well as positive T lymphocyte marker CD3 staining. (c) Separating of CD28 positive from CD3 population. (d) Separation of C152 from CD3 population. (e) Separation of CD223 from CD3 population. (f) Separation of CD279 from the CD3 population

Figure 3: Flow cytometric identification of the peripheral blood acute myelogenous leukemia patients and analysis of the lymphocyte population. (a and b) Independent, partly overlapping, or overlapping T lymphocyte and acute myelogenous leukemia populations. Forward side scatters and side scatters have identified the lymphocyte population of peripheral blood originating from acute myelogenous leukemia patients as well as positive T lymphocyte marker CD3 staining. (c) Separating of CD28 positive from CD3 population. (d) Separation of C152 from CD3 population. (e) Separation of CD223 from CD3 population. (f) Separation of CD279 from the CD3 population