Fluorescence Intensity

Amy Richmond richmoa at ccf.org
Wed Jun 30 15:24:36 EST 2004


Does anyone know if the level of surface or intracellular fluorescence intensity changes,
specifically decreased, after a cell undergoes apoptosis or necrosis? For example, I know
a T cell isolated from tumor tissue will still stain for CD3 but would the number of CD3
antigens decrease?

Any knowledge will be helpful.

Amy L. Richmond
Dept of Immunology
Lerner Research Institute
Cleveland Clinic Foundation
9500 Euclid Ave.
Cleveland, Ohio 44195
216-444-2622
richmoa at ccf.org 



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