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Acta bioquímica clínica latinoamericana

versión impresa ISSN 0325-2957

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JALDIN-FINCATI, Javier Roberto et al. Reference values in lymphocyte subpopulations using flow cytometry. Acta bioquím. clín. latinoam. [online]. 2008, vol.42, n.4, pp. 529-538. ISSN 0325-2957.

The determination of Human Lymphocyte Subpopulations (HLS) including Lymphocytes CD3+ (LT), LTCD4+, LTCD8+ and LTCD4+/LTCD8+ ratio by flow cytometry, makes it possible to monitor patients infected who HIV, which are compared against reference values (RV). However, RV reported by the international bibliography are variable due to the absence of two main factors: analytical validation procedures and partitioning statistical criteria. This study, using a validated method (ISO15189), RV were established for HLS in individuals with negative serology for HIV (397 females (F) and 279 males (M), age: 17-83 years) applying partitioning statistical criteria. The values of HLS were obtained by flow cytometry (Coulter Epics XL-MCL). The data were processed using partitioning statistical criteria based on Martin Gellerstedt's algorithm (MGA). From the statistical analysis and MGA the partition of the data was determined in 6 subpopulations defined by age (interval of years) and gender (F and M): groups I and IV: 17-35 (F and M); groups II and V: 36-50 (F and M); and groups III and VI: >50 years (F and M). Hence, RV of total lymphocytes, LT, LTCD4+, LTCD8+ and LTCD4+/LTCD8+ ratio were defined. For each limit (lower and upper) of reference values, the 90% confidence interval was determined. In conclusion, this study allowed establishing RV for HLS in a validated method using a partitioning statistical criterion, which would allow increasing the assurance results and establishing an international criterion for reference values in HLS in different populations.

Palabras llave : Reference values; Partitioning statistical criteria; Flow cytometry; Lymphocyte subpopulations CD4; Lymphocytes; Human immunodeficiency virus.

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