Advanced Research and Clinical Applications, Volume II
The current technology and its applications in flow cytometry are presented in this comprehensive reference work. Described in explicit detail are the instrumentation and its components, and applications of the technology in cell biology, immunology, pharmacology, genetics, hematology and clinical medicine. Methods for data analysis, including both hardware and software, and explicit experimental techniques for making specific measurements are presented.
Material is divided by topic into two volumes: Volume I covers instrumentation, genetics, and cell structure; Volume II contains material on cell function studies by flow cytometry.
This reference is essential for both the novice and the experienced investigator using flow cytometry in research, and for students of cell biology, biomedical engineering, and medical technology.
Table of Contents
VOLUME II: CELL FUNCTION. Cell Cycle Analysis via BrdU-Hoechst Flow Cytometry - Principles and Applications. Multiparameter Cell Cycle Analysis of G2-Arrest and Cell Death Following Ionizing Irradiation. Prognostic Value of the Cell Cycle in Adult Acute Leukemia. Application of Flow Cytometry to the Analysis of Multiple Myeloma Cells and Their Progenitors. The Surface Membrane Antigens Expressed by Clonogenic Myeloid Cells. Neutrophil Function Studied by Flow Cytometry. Flow Cytometric Evaluation of Anthracyclines in Tumor Cells: Experimental and Clinical Applications. Evaluation by Flow Cytometry of Bronchoalveolar Lavage Cells of the Rabbit. Use of Flow Cytometry to Analyze Cell-Cell Molecular Transfer. Plant Flow Cytometry. Determination of the Biochemical Characteristics of Endocytic Compartments by Flow Cytometric and Fluorometric Analysis of Cells and Organelles. Microbial Analysis by Flow Cytometry: Present and Future. Index.