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The measurement of γ‐H2AX foci induction in cells provides a sensitive and reliable method for the quantitation of DNA damage responses in a variety of cell types. Accurate and rapid methods to conduct such observations are desirable. In this study, we have employed the novel technique of...
Investigations of rare cell types in peripheral blood samples, such as tumor, fetal, and endothelial cells, represent an emerging field with several potentially valuable medical applications. Peripheral blood is a particularly attractive body fluid for the detection of rare cells as its...
Presence of circulating tumor cells (CTC), as detected by the CellSearch® System, in patients with metastatic carcinomas is associated with poor survival prospects. CellTracks TDI, a dedicated image cytometer, was developed to improve the enumeration of these rare CTC. The CellSearch System was...
Clusters of MHCI, ICAM‐1, CD44, CD59, IL‐2R, and IL‐15R molecules have been studied on the surface of CD4+ T‐cells from peripheral blood and lymph nodes of patients in Crohn's disease and healthy individuals as controls by using a dual‐laser flow cytometric fluorescence resonance energy...
On the cover: Zebrafish vasculature portrayed in a whole new light on the cover of this issue. The source work by Zhang and coworkers in the current issue describes an integrated optical system, combining laser scanning confocal microscopy and in vivo flow cytometry, to track cells (both...
Adult zebrafish are being increasingly used as a model in cancer and stem cell research. Here we describe an integrated optical system that combines a laser scanning confocal microscope (LSCM) and an in vivo flow cytometer (IVFC) for simultaneous visualization and cell quantification. The system...
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