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Accelerating discovery: A novel flow cytometric method for detecting fibrin(ogen) amyloid microclots using long COVID as a model

SWAlexander

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  • Imaging flow cytometry utilizing a novel rapid flow cytometric detection method is a promising method for detecting amyloid fibrin(ogen) microclots in conditions associated with clotting pathology.

  • While this investigation represents a preliminary study, it lays the foundation for further research into the method's utility as a diagnostic tool for individuals with Long COVID.

  • Though challenging, future research can explore potential correlations between microclot detection and specific Long COVID symptoms and comorbidities, enhancing our understanding of the pathophysiology and tools to detect this condition.

  • The method's ability to evaluate amyloid microclot presence, concentration, and size offers valuable insights for clinical applications.
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2405844023068135

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