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The aim of this study was to compare three methods of detection of apoptotic cells: (1) the method based on elution of low molecular weight DNA from the ethanol fixed cells followed by cell staining with DAPI (diamidino‐2–phenylindole) or propidium iodide as the DNA fluorochromes, (2) the...
This report describes a feasibility study concerning the use of a visible diode laser for two important fluorescence applications in a flow cytometer. With a 3 mW 635 nm. diode laser, we performed immunofluorescence measurements using the fluorophore allophycocyanin (APC). We have measured CD8...
A cell detection method based upon automated screening is described for recognition of low frequencies (1 in 100,000) of immuno‐enzymatically labelled white blood cells in human peripheral blood. The used image cytometry instrumentation (LEYTAS) includes a wide‐field, fully automated...
Automatic fluorescence image cytometry (AFIC) is a fast, sensitive, and reliable approach for screening slide‐based clinical specimens. In this study, we applied AFIC to identify cancer‐associated human papillomavirus (HPV) genotypes 16 and 18 in individual cells of cervical smears using a...
Commercial reagent kits for the evaluation of leukocyte subsets involve the staining of a panel of up to six tubes using combinations of pre‐mixed fluorescein isothiocyanate (FITC) and R‐phycoerythrin (PE) conjugated, monoclonal antibodies. We describe a rapid method whereby total CD3+...
Five recombinant baculoviruses, each containing a different insect luciferase gene encoding a protein with characteristic light emission properties, namely, luc GR (546 nm), luc FF (556 nm), luc YG (560 nm), luc YE (578 nm), and luc OR (593 nm) were constructed. All genes were inserted under the...
Exposure to the mutagen triethylenemelamine on rat bone marrow, blood, and testis was studied using flow cytometry of DAPI‐stained nuclei. Increased coefficients of variation (CVs) of the G1 peaks were observed in bone marrow and blood after both 1 d and 5 d exposures. After 5 d exposure and 7...
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