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The nuclear matrix (NM) is an important structural component of the nucleus that participates in the regulation of several diverse metabolic processes. Immunometric assays have shown that alterations in NM‐associated functions and morphological characteristics may occur as a result of changes...
We report the development of a new fluorescence‐activated cell sorter (FACS)‐based reporter gene system utilizing the enzymatic activity of the E. coli ॆ‐glucuronidase (gus) gene. When loaded with the Gus substrate fluorescein‐di‐ॆ‐D‐glucuronide (FDGlcu), individual mammalian...
A flow cytometric method to quantify the Granulocyte‐macrophage colony‐stimulating factor receptor (GM‐CSFr) on human cells is described. The number of GM‐CSFr binding sites on human neutrophils was assessed by using different bead standards. Results were compared with those from...
This report describes the development of a novel tandem dye by combining allophycocyanine (APC) and cyanine dye indotricarbocyanine (CY7) to create ALLO‐7 for use in flow cytometry. The APC donor fluorophore was excited at 647 nm and, through resonance energy transfer to the CY7 acceptor,...
A four‐colour flow cytometry technique is described for the determination of the number and phenotype of conjugate‐forming mononuclear effector cells from human blood. The discriminatory power of previously described techniques was improved by labelling the effector cells with antibodies that...
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