Adelheid Lange

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Microscopic detection of structural alterations is the most reliable method to identify apoptotic cells, which however, does not allow any correlation with cell cycle phases. Discrimination of individual cells within solid human tumors undergoing apoptotic death is possible by flow cytometry where apoptotic cells appear in a hypodiploid sub G0/1-peak as a(More)
In this study we combined flow cytometry with fluorescence in situ hybridization to detect numerical aberrations in chromosomes. Fifty-nine human malignant gliomas were examined by flow cytometry for DNA-content and cell cycle analysis and for numerical aberrations of chromosome 1 by in situ hybridization using a chromosome specific centromere probe. Of the(More)
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