Advantages of the scanning ion microscopy for mapping halogen corticoids in normal and transformed cells in culture.

@article{Berry1994AdvantagesOT,
  title={Advantages of the scanning ion microscopy for mapping halogen corticoids in normal and transformed cells in culture.},
  author={John P Berry and M Chaintreau and Danielle Chassoux and R. Dennebouy and Françoise Escaig and Pierre Galle and J M Rossignol and Georges Slodzian and Sylvie Tlouzeau},
  journal={Biology of the cell},
  year={1994},
  volume={81 1},
  pages={65-72}
}
The intra-cellular distribution of eight halogen glucocorticoids was investigated by ion microscopy in two cellular varieties of cultured non-cancer cells (fibroblast 3T3) and cancer cells (human breast tumor cells MCF-7). Two types of ion microscopy helped to determine this distribution, a direct imaging ion microscope (SMI 300) with low spatial resolution… CONTINUE READING