Rapid and quantitative assessment of cell quality, identity, and functionality for cell-based assays using real-time cellular analysis.

@article{Irelan2011RapidAQ,
  title={Rapid and quantitative assessment of cell quality, identity, and functionality for cell-based assays using real-time cellular analysis.},
  author={Jeffrey T. Irelan and Meng-Jou Wu and Jonathan R. Morgan and Ning Ke and Biao Xi and Xiaobo Wang and Xiao Fang Xu and Yama A. Abassi},
  journal={Journal of biomolecular screening},
  year={2011},
  volume={16 3},
  pages={313-22}
}
Strict quality control of cells is required for the standardization and interpretation of results in all areas of cell-based research, especially in drug discovery. Real-time cellular analysis using electrical impedance as a readout offers a rapid and highly reproducible method for quality control as it provides a quantitative measure of overall cell morphology and growth. In a case study, the authors demonstrate that samples of a single cell line obtained from several different labs show clear… CONTINUE READING

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