what's an easy way to look for cell death?
dkim at med.unc.edu
Mon Feb 5 14:14:31 EST 1996
In article <4erchf$e00 at news1.usa.pipeline.com>,
yo_doc at usa.pipeline.com(Richard A. Lockshin) wrote:
>Or, God forbid, read the original reference
>1. Gavrieli, Y., Sherman, Y., and Ben-Sasson, S.A. Identification of
>programmed cell death in situ via specific labeling of nuclear DNA
>fragmentation. Journal of Cell Biology 119:493-501, 1992.
I did not get the original post but this may help.
Oncor has a product named ApopTag which uses a FITC tag for apoptosis and
propidium iodide for intact nuclei. You need a FITC filter set and a rhodamine
filter set for fluorescence microscopy.
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