Chapter 24 – Flow Cytometry and Light Scattering Technique in Evaluation of Nutraceuticals

@inproceedings{Mindukshev2016Chapter2,
  title={Chapter 24 – Flow Cytometry and Light Scattering Technique in Evaluation of Nutraceuticals},
  author={Igor V. Mindukshev and Igor V. Kudryavtsev and Maria Konstantinovna Serebriakova and Andrey S. Trulioff and Stepan P. Gambaryan and Julia Sudnitsyna and Denis Khmelevskoy and Natalia Gennadievna Voitenko and Pavel V Avdonin and Richard Owen Jenkins and Nikolay V Goncharov},
  year={2016}
}
Toxic and mechanistic properties of nutraceuticals are not as extensively studied as those of pharmaceuticals. Flow cytometry is among the most popular techniques to investigate the modes and mechanisms of cytotoxic action of chemical compounds, although flow cytometry methods are not suitable for online registration of fast changes of cell volumes. The latter is especially important for some types of cells, such as human erythrocytes with no nuclei and mitochondria. This chapter describes a… CONTINUE READING

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