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2 edition of fluorometric analysis of human chromosomes. found in the catalog.

fluorometric analysis of human chromosomes.

Andries E. Retief

fluorometric analysis of human chromosomes.

by Andries E. Retief

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Published in (Stellenbosch?) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Chromosomes -- analysis.,
  • Karyotyping.,
  • Fluorometry.

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination136 p. :
    Number of Pages136
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20135226M

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Fluorometric analysis of human chromosomes by Andries E. Retief Download PDF EPUB FB2

Author(s): Retief,Andries E Title(s): The fluorometric analysis of human chromosomes. Publisher: [Stellenbosch?] Description: p. illus. Language: English. Mapping Panel 1 consists of DNA isolated from 18 hybrid cell cultures retaining from 1 to 19 human chromosomes.

Mapping Panel 2 contains DNA from hybrids retaining 1 or 2 human chromosomes. Human metaphase chromosomes from blood cultures, treated with quinacrine mustard (QM), show a banded pattern of fluorescence, which in the chromosomes with Author: Abdul Rauf Shakoori. Author(s): Hoehn,H; Callis,J Title(s): Flow-fluorometric DNA content differences as a function of chromosome constitution in resting human lymphocytes/ H.

Hoehn, J. Callis. In: Molecular human cytogenetics New York: Academic Press, Country of Publication: United States Publisher: New York: Academic Press, Description: p. A Comparative Study --Automation of Cytofluorometry by Use of the Impulsmicrophotometer --Quantitative Determination of DNA and Protein in Single Cells --Fluorescence Properties of the Monoaminoacridines and Some 2-Aminoacridine-Derivatives --Fluorometric Recognition of Chromosomes and Chromosome Regions --Chemical Aspects of the Fluorescence.

Fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) is a molecular cytogenetic technique that uses fluorescent probes that bind to only those parts of a nucleic acid sequence with a high degree of sequence was developed by biomedical researchers in the early s to detect and localize the presence or absence of specific DNA sequences on chromosomes.

Fluorescence Techniques in Cell Biology. Editors: Thaer, Andreas A., Sernetz, Manfred (Eds.) Chemical Aspects of the Fluorescence Analysis of Chromosomes.

Pages Newer Fluorometric Methods for the Analysis of Biologically Important Compounds. Search within book.

Front Matter. Pages I-VIII. PDF. Opening Remarks. Opening Remarks. Fluorometric Recognition of Chromosomes and Chromosome Regions. Torbjörn Caspersson. Pages Chemical Aspects of the Fluorescence Analysis of Chromosomes.

Edward J. Modest, Sisir K. Sengupta. Pages Fluorescence Cytochemical Studies of. Abstract. Chemical and biochemical analyses of homogenized tissue, once considered suitable to describe the chemical content of a tissue, are, in fact, inadequate because of heterogeneity of cell types and chemical composition that may exist within a by: 7.

Protocols β‐Galactosidase (fluorometric assay) Protocols Isolation of mammalian peroxisomes in an iodixanol gradient. Protocols Catalase assay.

Protocols Analysis of major organelles in a preformed iodixanol gradient. Protocols Separation of smooth and rough ER in preformed sucrose gradients. Nanopore Sequencing Book: DNA extraction and purification methods 25 May It may even be possible one day to sequence entire bacterial chromosomes or even eukaryotic chromosomes in a single read.

Possibly the only limit to read length is the rate of naturally occurring single strand breaks in DNA. complex genomes such as the human. 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: Forensic body fluid identification: state of the art SA Harbison, RI Fleming Forensic Biology, Institute of Environmental Science and Research Ltd, Mt Albert Science Centre, Auckland, New Zealand Abstract: Body fluid identification is a key component in the forensic scientists' tool box and has been carried out both at the crime scene and in the laboratory for many years.

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led. Fluorometric Studies of Biologically Important Molecular Complexes.- A. Introduction.- B. Complexes of Acridine Drugs with Nucleotides and DNA.- 1.

Complexes with Nucleotides.- 2. Complexes with DNA.- 3. Criteria for the Accurate Determination of Binding Parameters.- 4. Cytogenetical and Medical Applications.- a. The Staining of Human. Sanger sequencing is a method of DNA sequencing based on the selective incorporation of chain-terminating dideoxynucleotides by DNA polymerase during in vitro DNA replication.

Developed by Frederick Sanger and colleagues init was the most widely used sequencing method for approximately 40 years. It was first commercialized by Applied Biosystems in With the 7th Edition of Analytical Chemistry renowned chemists, Purnendu (Sandy) Dasgupta and Kevin Schug, both of the University of Texas Arlington, join the author team.

The new edition focuses on more in-depth coverage of the principles and techniques of quantitative analysis and instrumental analysis (aka Analytical Chemistry). The goal of the text is to provide a foundation of the. printed in a normal book with one le tter representing a single base pa ir, the information contained in one cell’s DNA would require1, volumes of pages each.

Nuclear DNA is organized into structures called chromosomes. These chromosomes occur in pairs containing similar genetic material. Humans have 23 such pairs of chromosomes. One. Glioblastoma multiform (GBM) tumors are very heterogeneous, organized in a hierarchical pattern, including cancer stem cells (CSC), and are responsible for development, maintenance, and cancer relapse.

Therefore, it is relevant to establish new GBM cell lines with CSC characteristics to develop new treatments. A new human GBM cell line, named R2J, was established from the cerebro-spinal fluid Cited by: 1. This protocol describes mapping short sequence reads to a reference genome using several programs.

The example in this protocol starts with a ChIP-seq data set in FASTQ format, aligns the reads to the human genome using Bowtie, and uses some useful utilities of SAMtools and BEDTools.

The method, based on the fluorometric measurement of quinacrine in a total cell extract, has been applied by Marceau et al. () for analyzing drug uptake by primary cultures of human umbilical artery smooth muscle cells and is suitable for other adherent cell types such as primary murine fibroblasts (Marceau et al., ; data not shown).

1.The book provides a snapshot of the diverse approaches and solutions being developed at the frontiers of human genetics. It should be useful to researchers and students in molecular genetics and the life sciences, professionals in the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries, as well as clinicians who are interested in molecular medicine and.

GUS activity (in nanomoles of 4-methylumbelliferone [MU] per minute per microgram of total protein) was measured by fluorometric analysis using μg of protein, as described previously (Elmayan and Vaucheret, ).

RNA and DNA extraction and RNA and DNA gel blot analyses were performed as described previously (Elmayan and Vaucheret, ).Cited by: