A 14C- and 3H-thymidine double labeling technique in the study of cell proliferation in Tradescantia root tips

@inproceedings{Wimber1963A1A,
  title={A 14C- and 3H-thymidine double labeling technique in the study of cell proliferation in Tradescantia root tips},
  author={Donald E. Wimber and H. Quastler},
  year={1963}
}
  • Donald E. Wimber, H. Quastler
  • Published 1963
  • Biology
  • Abstract A double labeling technique is described in which a cell population is briefly labeled with 3H-thymidine and then labeled again after a short period of time with 14C-thymidine. Two labeled populations of cells may be resolved autoradiographically, viz. those labeled only with 3H and all cells labeled with 14C. The cells labeled only with 3H will have left DNA synthesis during the interval between treatments and hence, their numbers will be proportional to the length of time between… CONTINUE READING

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