In vitro Production of Chromosomal Lesions with an Argon Laser Microbeam

@article{Berns1969InVP,
  title={In vitro Production of Chromosomal Lesions with an Argon Laser Microbeam},
  author={Michael W. Berns and Robert S. Olson and Donald E. Rounds},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1969},
  volume={221},
  pages={74-75}
}
THE development of the laser microbeam has made available an additional tool for selective probing of cellular organelles. Individual mitochondria have been studied successfully by Bessis and his colleagues, using a ruby laser microbeam1. The large mitochondria of beating rat heart cells have been extensively investigated using an argon laser microbeam arrangement (unpublished results of D. E. R. and N. Gamaleja). Another organelle which it would be important to manipulate is the nucleus with… CONTINUE READING

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