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Clinical and laboratory applications of slide-based cytometry with the LSC, SFM, and the iCYTE imaging cytometer instruments
Author(s): Jozsef Bocsi; Ed Luther; Anja Mittag; Ingo Jensen; Ulrich Sack; Dominik Lenz; Lajos Trezl; Viktor Sebestyen Varga; Beea Molnar; Attila Tarnok
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Background: Slide based cytometry (SBC) is a technology for the rapid stoichiometric analysis of cells fixed to surfaces. Its applications are highly versatile and ranges from the clinics to high throughput drug discovery. SBC is realized in different instruments such as the Laser Scanning Cytometer (LSC) and Scanning Fluorescent Microscope (SFM) and the novel inverted microscope based iCyte image cytometer (Compucyte Corp.). Methods: Fluorochrome labeled specimens were immobilized on microscopic slides. They were placed on a conventional fluorescence microscope and analyzed by photomultiplayers or digital camera. Data comparable to flow cytometry were generated. In addition, each individual event could be visualized. Applications: The major advantage of instruments is the combination of two features: a) the minimal sample volume needed, and b) the connection of fluorescence data and morphological information. Rare cells were detected, frequency of apoptosis by myricetin formaldehyde and H2O2 mixtures was determined;. Conclusion: LSC, SFM and the novel iCyte have a wide spectrum of applicability in SBC and can be introduced as a standard technology for multiple settings. In addition, the iCyte and SFM instrument is suited for high throughput screening by automation and may be in future adapted to telepathology due to their high quality images. (This study was supported by the IZKF-Leipzig, Germany and T 034245 OTKA, Hungary)

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Date Published: 22 June 2004
PDF: 11 pages
Proc. SPIE 5328, Microarrays and Combinatorial Techniques: Design, Fabrication, and Analysis II, (22 June 2004); doi: 10.1117/12.529314
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Jozsef Bocsi, Semmelweis Univ. (Hungary)
Ed Luther, CompuCyte Corp. (United States)
Anja Mittag, Interdisziplinaeres Zentrum fur Klinische Forschung Leipzig (Germany)
Ingo Jensen, CompuCyte Corp. (United States)
Ulrich Sack, Interdisziplinaeres Zentrum fur Klinische Forschung Leipzig (Germany)
Dominik Lenz, Univ. Leipzig (Germany)
Lajos Trezl, Technical Univ. Budapest (Hungary)
Viktor Sebestyen Varga, Semmelweis Univ. (Hungary)
Beea Molnar, Semmelweis Univ. (Hungary)
Attila Tarnok, Univ. Leipzig (Germany)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 5328:
Microarrays and Combinatorial Techniques: Design, Fabrication, and Analysis II
Dan V. Nicolau; Ramesh Raghavachari, Editor(s)

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