DNA Cytometry Consensus Conference. DNA flow cytometry and breast cancer.

@article{Hedley1993DNACC,
  title={DNA Cytometry Consensus Conference. DNA flow cytometry and breast cancer.},
  author={David Hedley},
  journal={Breast cancer research and treatment},
  year={1993},
  volume={28 1},
  pages={51-3}
}
  • David Hedley
  • Published 1993 in Breast cancer research and treatment
Measurement of cellular DNA content by flow cytometry is capable of detecting aneuploid stemlines, and also of giving an indication of tumor proliferation kinetics by approximating the percentage of cells in S-phase of the replicative cycle. Because it can be applied both to fresh frozen material submitted for steroid hormone receptor analysis and to fixed paraffin-embedded blocks, it is particularly well suited to the study of breast cancer. Despite being a relatively straightforward test… CONTINUE READING

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