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Fluorescent Cell Proliferation Assay
Poster Title: Fluorescent Cell Proliferation Assay
Submitted on 31 Jan 2022
Author(s): Creative Bioarray
Affiliations: Creative Bioarray
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Abstract: In fluorescent cell proliferation assay, cells are incubated with the fluorometric reagent which could provide a fluorometric format to determine and monitor cell proliferation for a proper time. This cell proliferation reagent is non-fluorescent and can be converted into a bright red fluorescent form by the metabolically active live cells. When cells are treated with compounds or agents that can influence cell proliferation, viable cells can be quantified by measuring the intensity of the fluorescent signal. If cell proliferation is increased, there are more viable cells that can convert more fluorometric reagent to fluorescent format and there will be a high intensity of the fluorescent signal. While a decrease in cell proliferation causes a low intensity of fluorescent signal, which indicates the toxic effects to the cells. This assay can be applied widely including adherent and non-adherent cells. This assay also can be used in toxicology tests and the efficacy study of therapeutic chemicals drug screens.Summary: The fluorescent cell proliferation assay is convenient and versatile for the studies of cell proliferation. With many distinct advantages, it can lead to a further understanding of cell proliferation mechanisms and cell-mediated cytotoxicity.References: abuse »
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