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Over a decade has passed since publication of the last review on “Cytometry in cell necrobiology.” During these years we have witnessed many substantial developments in the field of cell necrobiology such as remarkable advancements in cytometric technologies and improvements in analytical...
The calcineurin inhibitor Cyclosporine A (CsA) is one of the crucial immunosuppressive drugs given after organ transplantation. The small therapeutic window of CsA generates the dilemma that efficient and toxic drug doses differ only slightly. Moreover, these threshold concentrations differ...
Single cell techniques like flow cytometry combined with viability staining can help to obtain information on viability states of bacteria. Many fluorescent dyes are available for this purpose and can be chosen according to the available excitation source, the species used, and the background of...
Evaluation of the potential hazard of man‐made nanomaterials has been hampered by a limited ability to observe and measure nanoparticles in cells. In this study, different concentrations of TiO2 nanoparticles were suspended in cell culture medium. The suspension was then sonicated and...
In the last 10 years, a tremendous progress characterized flow cytometry in its different aspects. In particular, major advances have been conducted regarding the hardware/instrumentation and reagent development, thus allowing fine cell analysis up to 20 parameters. As a result, this technology...
This review focuses on technical advances in fluorescence microscopy techniques including laser scanning techniques, fluorescence‐resonance energy transfer (FRET) microscopy, fluorescence lifetime imaging (FLIM), stimulated emission depletion (STED)‐based super‐resolution microscopy,...
Flow cytometry is a key technology in the study of HIV disease. In this article, we review various cellular markers that can be measured in the setting of pathogenesis or vaccination studies, including markers of activation, differentiation, senescence, immune suppression, and function. In...
Correct information on genome size is important in many areas of research. For a long time, scientists have been struggling to understand the reason for the huge variation in eukaryotic genome size and its biological significance. More recently, the knowledge on genome size has become important...
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