3 edition of Pulse-cytophotometry found in the catalog.
International Symposium on Pulse-Cytophotometry University of MuМ€nster 1976.
|Statement||editorial advisory board W. Göhde, J. Schumann, Th. Büchner.|
|Contributions||Göhde, W., Schumann, J., Büchner, Thomas.|
|LC Classifications||RC267 .I537 1976|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||426 p. :|
|Number of Pages||426|
|LC Control Number||78368283|
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DNA/cell distributions were recorded by automated cytofluorometry (=pulse cytophotometry) in bone-marrow aspirates of leukaemia and lymphosarcoma patients subjected to chemotherapy. In most cases, early perturbations in DNA/cell histographs were observed, characteristically reflecting the known mode of action of the by: not account for a significant number Pulse-cytophotometry book relevant book articles or articles in journals which are not listed by the Institute for Scientic Information (ISI).
European pulse cytophotometry A first meeting of the growing community of scien-tists and clinicians interested in pulse cytophotometry was organized by Michael Andreeff in Heidelberg Original name of fluorescence-based flow cytometry technology- "pulse cytophotometry" Eight years later() - name "flow cytometry" Principle Analysis of cellular characteristics as the cells pass singly in a fluid suspension through a beam of light Scattered light and fluorescence intensity measured by set of photodiodes Data collected by.
Cytometry is the measurement of the characteristics of les that can be measured Pulse-cytophotometry book cytometric methods include cell size, cell count, cell morphology (shape and structure), cell cycle phase, DNA content, and the existence or absence of specific proteins on the cell surface or in the cytoplasm.
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originally known as “pulse cytophotometry, ” though Pulse-cytophotometry book term “flow cytometry” was adopted in at the 5 th American Engineering Foundation Conference on.
Pulse cytophotometric analysis of synchronized cells in vitro. Barlogie B, Drewinko B, Johnston DA, Pulse-cytophotometry book T, Hauss WH, Freireich EJ.
Pulse cytophotometry is a reliable rapid technique rendering a detailed direct analysis of the distribution of cells in G1/10, S, and (G2 + M) by: The original name of the flow cytometry technology was pulse cytophotometry (German: Impulszytophotometrie). Only 10 years later inat the Conference of the American Engineering Foundation in Pensacola, Florida, the name was changed to.
The first fluorescence-based flow cytometry device (ICP 11) was developed in by Wolfgang Göhde from the University of Münster, filed for patent on 18 December At the time it was referred to as: "Pulse cytophotometry" (German: Impulszytophotometrie).
Source: Wikipedia. Figure 1. Diagram of the methodology used to analyze the nuclear DNA content from plant tissue. Source: Adapted from . The sample must be in the form of a suspension of single particles f or being analyzed by flow is of DNA content by flow cytometry is based on the fluorescence intensity of nuclei stained with a fluorochrome specific to the by: 2.
Jean-Bernard Le Pecq, Ethidium Bromide: A Fluorescent Probe of Nucleic Acid Structure and Its Potential for in-Vivo Studies, Fluorescence Techniques in Cell Biology, /_30, (), ().Cited by: INTRODUCTION PULSE cytophotometry (P.c.p.) of a stained bone- marrow cell suspension provides information about the D.N.A.
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Flow cytometry (FCM) is a technique used to detect and measure physical and chemical characteristics of a population of cells or particles. In this process, a sample containing cells or particles is suspended in a fluid and injected into the flow cytometer instrument. The sample is focused to ideally flow one cell at a time through a laser beam, where the light scattered is characteristic to.
Pulse-cytophotometry: application in cancer research and hematology with special reference to cell kinetics by International symposium on pulse-cytophotometry (Book) 2 editions published in in English and held by 15 WorldCat member libraries worldwide. "Continuation of the earlier international symposia on Pulse-Cytophotometry which were held in Nijmegen inMünster and Vienna " Description: pages: illustrations ; 25 cm.
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Laboratori di Biofisca e di Nanobiotecnologie Dipartimento Medicina Sperimentale Universita’ di Genova Book chapter. Baserga R., (G0) cells in In vitro and In Vivo systems, in Pulse Cytophotometry (Ghde W.
and Schumann eds), European Press, J Schumann's 57 research works with 3, citations and reads, including: DNA Flow Cytometry in the Prognosis of Primary Malignant Melanoma. Flow cytometry instrumentation developed from early efforts to count cells and particles in liquid suspension as they passed through a sensing device.
Since the mid‐’s sophisticated instruments have been designed for analyzing cells based on various cytological, biochemical, and functional properties. These instruments have revolutionized automated cell analysis methods in that. • The original name of the fluorescence-based flow cytometry technology was "pulse cytophotometry“ • "flow cytometry", as a term was accepted in • Earlier flow cytometers were conceptualized as cell sorters.
Later on ability to sort cells was removed as it was deemed unnecessary in routine work • But still name FACS (Fluorescence. Biological context of Cytophotometry. Continuous incubation with anguidine for longer than 48 hr produced a moderate increase in the percentage of S-phase cells and a slight decrease in the proportion of cells in G1/0, by pulse cytophotometry.; Physical proximity between fluorochrome-labeled CR3 and Fc gamma RIIIB on individual cells was measured by resonance energy transfer (RET) imaging.
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Originally coined “pulse cytophotometry” in by Dr. Wolfgang Göhde, flow cytometry is a technique used by researchers to identify and quantify different types. Name of the technology The original name of the flow cytometry technology was "pulse cytophotometry" (German: Impulszytophotometrie).
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