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Microscopy, Phase-Contrast

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  • The characteristic diameter for the ML resonance compartment measured by NMR for the C6 cells was not significantly different from the one obtained with phase contrast microscopy (1.88 +/- 0.04 micro m from NMR versus 1.37 +/- 0.33 micro m from microscopy) [26].
  • The effect of an antitumor antibiotic, neocarzinostatin (NCS), on the formation of microtubular paracrystals (PC) induced by vinblastine sulfate, 10 mug/ml, in HeLa-S3 cells was examined by phase-contrast microscopy [27].
  • During the growth-inhibitory period, erythrosin B dye was excluded equally well (greater than 94%) by control and treated cells, and no morphological differences were detected by phase contrast microscopy [28].
  • PMB1-induced spores of GW2 do not differ from wild-type spores in morphology by phase-contrast microscopy, dipicolinic acid content, or rate of sedimentation through Renografin gradients [29].

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