Mitochondrial analysis in living cells: the use of rhodamine 123 and flow cytometry.

@article{Ronot1986MitochondrialAI,
  title={Mitochondrial analysis in living cells: the use of rhodamine 123 and flow cytometry.},
  author={Xavier Ronot and Laurent Benel and Monique Adolphe and J. C. Mounolou},
  journal={Biology of the cell},
  year={1986},
  volume={57 1},
  pages={1-7}
}
Flow cytometry combines the advantages of microscopy and biochemical analysis in a single highly sensitive technique for a rapid examination of numerous individual living cells. It has become a potent and essential tool in the studies of the physiology of the whole cell and its organelles. Rhodamine 123 is a vital fluorescent dye used in flow cytometry. As it is specifically concentrated in mitochondria because of the transmembrane potential that these organelles maintain in living cells… CONTINUE READING

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