J.R. Selden and F. Dolbeare, A Flow Cytometric Technique for Detection of DNA Repair in Mammalian Cells.
A. Krishan, Rapid Determination of Cellular Resistance-Related Drug Efflux in Tumor Cells.
D. Hedley and S. Chow, Glutathione and Cellular Resistance to Anti-Cancer Drugs.
F. Lacombe, Assay of Cell Resistance to Ara-C.
F. Belloc and F. Durrieu, Detection of mRNA Species by Flow Cytometry.
H. Fischer, J. Hindkjaer, S. Pedersen, J. Koch, C. Brandt, and S. Kølvraa, Primed in Situ Labeling (PRINS) and Fluorescence in Situ Hybridization (FISH).
B.D. Li, E.A. Timm, Jr., M.C. Riedy, S.P Harlow, and C.C. Stewart, Molecular Phenotyping by Flow Cytometry.
S.A. Brockman and R.F. Murphy, Isolation and Analysis of Somatic Cell Mutants with Defects in Endocytic Traffic.
M. Nüsse, W. Beisker, J. Kramer, B.M. Miller, G.A. Schreiber, S. Viaggi, E.M. Weller, and J.M. Wessels, Measurement of Micronuclei by Flow Cytometry.
D. Evenson and L. Jost, Sperm Chromatin Structure Assay: DNA Denaturability.
F. Spyratos and M. Brifford, Fine-Needle Cytopuncture and Flow Cytometry in the Characterization of Human Tumors.
S. Papa and M. Valentini, Functional NK Assays Using Flow Cytometry.
T.V. Shankey, Antibodies to Intermediate Filament Proteins as Probes for Multiparameter Flow Cytometry of Human Cancers.
R.E. Duque, Interactive Data Analysis for Evaluation of B-Cell Neoplasia by Flow Cytometry.
J.W.M. Visser and P. de Vries, Analysis and Sorting of Hematopoietic Stem Cells from Mouse Bone Marrow.
B.H. Davis and N.C. Bigelow, Reticulocyte Analysis and Reticulocyte Maturity Index.
K.A. Ault and J. Mitchell, Analysis of Platelets by Flow Cytometry.
C.J. Janse and P.H. Van Vianen, Flow Cytometry in Malaria Detection.
J.J. Fawcett, J.L. Longmire, J.C. Martin, L.L. Deaven, and L.S. Cram, Large-Scale Chromosome Sorting.
J.F. Leary, Strategies for Rare Cell Detection and Isolation.
J.V. Giorgi, Cell Sorting of Biohazardous Specimens for Assay of Immune Function.
J.F. Keij, A.C. Groenewegen, and J.W.M. Visser, High-Speed Photodamage Cell Sorting: An Evaluation of the ZAPPER Prototype.
A. Radbruch, B. Mechtold, A. Thiel, S. Miltenyi, and E. Pflüger, High-Gradient Magnetic Cell Sorting.
R.E. Durand, Contributions of Flow Cytometry to Studies with Multicell Spheroids.
J.P. Robinson, P.K. Narayanan, and W.O. Carter, Functional Measurements Using HL-60 Cells.
J.V. Giorgi and A. Landay, HIV Infection: Diagnosis and Disease Progression Evaluation.
B.S. Dien, M.S. Peterson, and F. Srienc, Cell-Cycle Analysis of Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
H.B. Steen, M.W. Jernaes, K. Skarstad, and E. Boye, Staining and Measurement of DNA in Bacteria.
G. Vesey, J. Narai, N. Ashbolt, K. Williams, and D. Veal, Detection of Specific Microorganisms in Environmental Samples Using Flow Cytometry.
C.M. Yentsch and S.A. Pomponi, Strategies for Flow Cytometric Analysis of Marine Microalgae and Sponge Cells.
D.W. Galbraith, Flow Cytometry and Sorting of Plant Protoplasts and Cells.
M.A. Sommerfelt and E.J. Sorscher, Use of Fluorescence-Activated Cell Sorting for Rapid Isolation of Insect Cells Harboring Recombinant Baculovirus.
T.M. McHugh, Flow Microsphere Immunoassay for the Quantitative and Simultaneous Detection of Multiple Soluble Analytes.
R.E. Durand, Calibration of Flow Cytometer Detector Systems.
A. Schwartz and E. Fernández-Repollet, Standardization for Flow Cytometry.
J.A. Steinkamp, Phase-Sensitive Detection Methods for Resolving Fluorescence Emission Signals and Directly Quantifying Lifetime.
R.P. Haugland, Spectra of Fluorescent Dyes Used in Flow Cytometry. Chapter References. Index.
From the Reviews of the First Edition:
"This is a good reference manual for multi-user facility faced with a wide variety of biological applications."
"Flow Cytometry includes an impressive array of methods applicable to chromosome analysis, plant biology, marine biology, fluorescence, insitu hybridization, and others. It succeeds in providing the reader with good insight into the power of the technology throughout biology."
- KENNETH A. AULT, MAINE CYTOMETRY RESEARCH INSTITUTE, MAINE MEDICAL CENTER, IN CANCER CELLS
Flow Cytometry, Second Edition provides a complete and comprehensive two-volume laboratory guide and reference for the use of the most current methods in flow cytometry sample preparation and analysis. These essential techniques are described in a step-by-step format, supplemented by explanatory sections and trouble-shooting tips. The methods are accessible to all researchers and students in biomedical science and biology who use flow Cytometry to separate and analyze cells.
- Comprehensive methodological coverage in unique style
- In depth treatment of procedures
Description of each procedure's:
Written by authors with extensive experience who:
Developed or modified the technique
Describe their experience with different instruments and applications to different cell systems
Are the Who's Who in Flow Cytometry
- 10 methods cover assessment of apoptosis and other modes of cell death
- Practical, handbook-style presentation works in lab or classroom
- Printed on acid-free paper
- Color plates
- No. of pages:
- © Academic Press 1994
- 9th November 1994
- Academic Press
- eBook ISBN:
@from:Praise for the Second Edition @qu:"The Second Edition of Flow Cytometry provides a comprehensive and detailed foundation in the application of this diverse and rapidly expanding technology. The variety and scope of topics covered in this two-volume set are too large to cover in detail. The Second Edition of Flow Cytometry provides the investigator with a concise compilation of new and updated applications and procedures, updated references and a directory of the principal contributors to the field. The additions and improvements to the second edition are evidence of the impact this technology will continue to have on biological and medical sciences for years to come." @source:--AMERICAN SCIENTIST @qu:"The Second Edition of this valuable book, nearly twice the size of the first, testifies to the continuing extraordinary growth of new biologic applications for flow cytometry. This "Methods" book fills the need for a compendium of those techniques, presented in concise, straightforward language. It is a highly readable compendium of biologic techniques for flow cytometry that should be in every laboratory..." @source:--Myron R. Melamed in CYTOMETRY
CANCER RESEARCH INSTITUTE OF THE NEW YORK MEDICAL COLLEGE AT VALHALLA
Director of the Purdue University Cytometry Laboratories and Professor of Basic Medical Science and Biomedical Engineering, Purdue University, IN, USA.
Cell and Molecular Biology Group, Los Alamos National Laboratory, New Mexico, U.S.A.
Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research and Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, U.S.A.
University of California, Santa Barbara, U.S.A.