Human glioma demonstrates cell line specific results with ATP-based chemiluminescent cellular proliferation assays.

Alteration of tumor cell growth kinetics is the goal of nearly all current or proposed therapies for human neoplasms. The adenosine triphosphate (ATP) chemiluminescent assay has been used for some time as a surrogate marker of in vitro cell growth. Here we present data showing that three human glioblastoma cell lines (U87, U251, G55) demonstrate… (More)