Classic "broken cell" techniques and newer live cell methods for cell cycle assessment.

Abstract

Many common, important diseases are either caused or exacerbated by hyperactivation (e.g., cancer) or inactivation (e.g., heart failure) of the cell division cycle. A better understanding of the cell cycle is critical for interpreting numerous types of physiological changes in cells. Moreover, new insights into how to control it will facilitate new… (More)
DOI: 10.1152/ajpcell.00006.2013

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@article{Henderson2013ClassicC, title={Classic "broken cell" techniques and newer live cell methods for cell cycle assessment.}, author={Lindsay Henderson and Dante Stephen Bortone and Curtis Lim and Alexander C. Zambon}, journal={American journal of physiology. Cell physiology}, year={2013}, volume={304 10}, pages={C927-38} }