Spatiotemporal AQ 1 Cytometry — Simultaneous Analysis of DNA Replication and Damage

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  title={Spatiotemporal AQ 1 Cytometry — Simultaneous Analysis of DNA Replication and Damage},
  author={},
  year={2013}
}
  • Published 2013
MANY subcellular phenomena occur in discrete spatial regions of the nucleus or cytoaplasm. Nuclear processes like DNA replication, transcription, or splicing take place in such small regions defined as foci or microfoci. Using the methods of modern optical microscopy these processes can be visualized in 3D space and time. Numerous labeling techniques are available for visualization of various cellular components and processes that occur in these structures. As new microscopy methods are being… CONTINUE READING

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