Since you are an engineer you might be interested in this illustration of the use of flow cytometry in immunology. Here it is used to identify concentration of different cells using their CD markers.
I wonder if the high anti-MAG protein reading from four months ago was just a false one especially since the latest one is below baseline. My condition has not changed much as far as what I can and cannot do. The only difference is in my hands which appear to be number than before. But I still can hold silverware without too much effort something I was not able to do a year ago. Perhaps you can consider that progress. I am concerned that I’m not getting enough exercise right now. After a few weeks of aqua therapy we started going to a local pool at the senior center here in Ft. Collins. They have a long ramp going into the water with handrails on both sides which made it relatively easy for me. Doing exercises in the water was really useful and actually fun. But now with the PICC line in my arm I cannot do that. I still have six more weeks of treatment ahead of me.
About the Honda, we have not heard from anyone. It’s probably not newsworthy enough.
PS no I have not heard of lenalidomide . I will look it up later.