Abstract: There are several kinds of cell proliferation assays to determine cell proliferation, which could be used as a prognostic and diagnostic tool in certain cancers. Most of these assays are based on the quantification of DNA levels or synthesis, cellular metabolism, or proliferation-specific proteins to assess the extent of cell proliferation. DNA synthesis is a very popular and widely used method to study cell proliferation.Summary: To evaluate cell proliferation through quantification of newly synthesized DNA has many advantages including accuracy and high reliability. This method allows the microscope-based image analysis for selectively measuring DNA contents and high-resolution data which enables the high throughput analysis of the results.References: https://cellassay.creative-bioarray.com/services/cell-proliferation-assay-via-dna-synthesis.htm
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