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Imaging Flow Cytometry

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This detailed volume for the first time explores techniques and protocols involving quantitative imaging flow cytometry (IFC), which has revolutionized our ability to analyze cells, cellular clusters, and populations in a remarkable fashion. Beginning with an introduction to technology, the book continues with sections addressing protocols for studies on the cell nucleus, nucleic acids, and FISH techniques using an IFC instrument, immune response analysis and drug screening, IFC protocols for apoptosis and cell death analysis, as well as morphological analysis and the identification of rare cells. Written for the highly successful Methods in Molecular Biology series, chapters include introductions to their respective topics, lists of the necessary materials and reagents, step-by-step, readily reproducible laboratory protocols, and tips on troubleshooting and avoiding known pitfalls.

Authoritative and practical, Imaging Flow Cytometry: Methods and Protocols will be a critical source for all laboratories seeking to implement IFC in their research studies.

The purpose is to present to the scientific community the compendium of recently developed imaging flow cytometry techniques and protocols. The authors are successful in achieving these worthy objectives. Intended for the scientific community, this book will be very useful for students, graduate students, and scientists interested in learning about imaging flow cytometry and its applications. This book for the first time explores the techniques and protocols involving quantitative imaging flow cytometry in a fascinating manner. (Omer Iqbal, Doody's Book Reviews, September, 2016)


Part I: General

1. Quantitative Functional Morphology by Imaging Flow Cytometry

Ivan A. Vorobjev and Natasha S. Barteneva

2. Principles of Amnis Imaging Flow Cytometry

David A. Basiji

3. Ultrafast Microfluidic Cellular Imaging by Optical Time-Stretch

Andy K.S. Lau, Terence T.W. Wong, Ho Cheung Shum, Kenneth K.Y. Wong, and Kevin K. Tsia

4. Applications of Imaging Flow Cytometry for Microalgae

Mark Hildebrand, Aubrey Davis, Raffaela Abbriano, Haley R. Pugsley, Jesse C. Traller, Sarah R. Smith, Roshan P. Shrestha, Orna Cook, Eva Sanchez, Kalpana Manandhar-Shrestha, and Benjamin Alderete

Part II: IFC in Detection of Nuclei and Nucleic Acids

5. The Analysis of Cell Cycle, Proliferation, and Asymmetric Cell Division by Imaging Flow Cytometry

Andrew Filby, William Day, Sukhveer Purewal, and Nuria Martinez-Martin

6. Quantitation of Chromosome Damage by Imaging Flow Cytometry

Lindsay A. Beaton-Green and Ruth C. Wilkins

7. Fluorescent In Situ Hybridization In Suspension by Imaging Flow Cytometry

Orla Maguire, Paul K. Wallace, and Hans Minderman

8. Analysis of Nucleo-Cytoplasmic Protein Shuttling by Imaging Flow Cytometry

Elizaveta Fasler-Kan, Yeldar Baiken, Ivan Vorobjev, and Natasha S. Barteneva

9. Usin

g Image-Based Flow Cytometry with a FISH-Based FlowRNA Assay to Simultaneously Detect Intracellular TNF- Protein and mRNA in Monocytes Following LPS Stimulation

Adam S. Venable, Andrea L. Henning, Eric A. Prado, and Brian K. McFarlin

Part III: IFC in Immune Response and Drug Screening

10. Multiparametric Characterization of Human T-Cell Immune Synapses by InFlow Microscopy

Guido H. Wabnitz and Yvonne Samstag

11. Studying T Cells N-Glycosylation by Imaging Flow Cytometry

Ana M. Dias, Catarina R. Almeida, Celso A. Reis, and Salomé S. Pinho

12. Assessment of Granulocyte Subset Activation: New Information from Image-Based Flow Cytometry

Brian K. McFarlin, Eric A. Prado, Adam S. Venable, Andrea L. Henning, and Randall R. Williams

13. Using Image-Based Flow Cytometry to Assess Monocyte Oxidized LDL Phagocytosis Capacity

Andrea L. Henning, Adam S. Venable, Eric A. Prado, and Brian K. McFarlin

14. Screening for Drugs Against the Plasmodium falciparum Digestive Vacuole by Imaging Flow Cytometry

Yan Quan Lee, Brian E.Hall, and Kevin S.W. Tan

Part IV: IFC in Studies of Cell Death and Apoptosis

15. Accurate Assessment of Cell Death by Imaging Flow Cytometry

Aja M. Rieger and Daniel R. Barreda

16. Temporal Heterogeneity

in Apo

ptosis Determined by Imaging Flow Cytometry

Ivan A. Vorobjev and Natasha S. Barteneva

Part V: Imaging Cytometry in Cell Classification and Morphological Analysis

17. FlowCAM: Quantification and Classification of Phytoplankton by Imaging Flow Cytometry

Nicole J. Poulton

18. Detection and Characterization of Rare Circulating Endothelial Cells by Imaging Flow Cytometry

Leigh Samsel and J. Philip McCoy, Jr.

19. Imaging Flow Cytometric Analysis of Primary Bone Marrow Megakaryocytes

Lisa M. Niswander, James Palis, and Kathleen E. McGrath

20. Sickle Cell Imaging Flow Cytometry Assay (SIFCA)

Kleber Y. Fertrin, Leigh Samsel, Eduard J. van Beers, Laurel Mendelsohn, Gregory J. Kato, and J. Philip McCoy


Titel: Imaging Flow Cytometry
Untertitel: Methods and Protocols
EAN: 9781493933006
ISBN: 1493933000
Format: Fester Einband
Herausgeber: Springer New York
Genre: Medizin
Anzahl Seiten: 312
Gewicht: 787g
Größe: H260mm x B183mm x T22mm
Jahr: 2015
Auflage: 1st ed. 2016

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