Clonality Testing

Clonality testing is a molecular method to differentiate reactive from neoplastic lymphoid proliferations if light microscopic assessment is equivocal. Clonality testing requires the integration of clinical, morphological and immunophenotypical data and is therefore highly dependent on the training and experience of the interpreter. This section will discuss the most important aspects of clonality testing.


PrinciplesTake a look at the underlying biological phenomenon. The principle in 6 slides. Adaptive immunity at work.


Submissions. Everything you need to know about sample submission.

WorkflowFrom a biological sample to a diagnosis. All steps explained.

FAQsThe most frequent questions and answers around clonality testing. An ever growing list. If you don't find the question or answer you are looking for, email us.

PitfallsClonality testing is not as straightforward as often suggested. Learn about the pitfalls of this method with a series of illustrated examples.

GlossaryUnfamiliar with the terminology? No worries, we've been there ourselves. The most important terms around clonality testing.