A Lentiviral Fluorescent Genetic Barcoding System for Flow Cytometry-Based Multiplex Tracking.

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Retroviral integration site analysis and barcoding have been instrumental for multiplex clonal fate mapping, although their use imposes an inherent delay between sample acquisition and data analysis. Monitoring of multiple cell populations in real time would be advantageous, but multiplex assays compatible with flow cytometric tracking of competitive growth… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.ymthe.2016.12.005

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@article{Maetzig2017ALF, title={A Lentiviral Fluorescent Genetic Barcoding System for Flow Cytometry-Based Multiplex Tracking.}, author={Tobias Maetzig and Jens Ruschmann and Courteney K. Lai and Mor Ngom and Suzan Imren and Patricia M Rosten and Gudmundur Logi Norddahl and Niklas von Krosigk and Lea Sanchez Milde and Christopher A. May and Anton Selich and Michael Thadd{\"a}us Rothe and Ishpreet Dhillon and Axel Schambach and R. Keith Humphries}, journal={Molecular therapy : the journal of the American Society of Gene Therapy}, year={2017}, volume={25 3}, pages={606-620} }