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Recent Cell-Based Assay Papers of Note: Oct 3, 2005


Recent Cell-Based Assay Papers of Note

Journal Title Author(s) Lead Institution
Acta Pharmacologica Sinica
2005 Oct; 26(10): 1181-6
Identification of human dopamine D1-like receptor agonist using a cell-based functional assay Jiang N
et al.
East China Normal University, Shanghai, China
Analytical Chemistry 2005 Sep 15; 77(18): 5861-9 Genetically encoded bright Ca2+ probe applicable for dynamic Ca2+ imaging of dendritic spines Ohkura M
et al.
Graduate University for Advanced Studies, Okazaki, Aichi, Japan
Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications
2005 Sep 23; 335(2): 367-72
Tandem screening of toxic compounds on GFP-labeled bacteria and cancer cells in microtiter plates Montoya J
et al.
University of Texas at El Paso
2005 Oct; 26(29): 5917-25
An inverted microcontact printing method on topographically structured polystyrene chips for arrayed micro-3-D culturing of single cells Dusseiller M et al. Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich, Switzerland
Current Opinion in Chemical Biology
2005 Oct; 9(5): 517-25
Fluorophore-tagged GPCR ligands Middleton R and
Kellam B
University of Nottingham, UK
2005 Sep 16;
[Epub ahead of print]
An RNA interference screen identifies inhibitor of apoptosis protein 2 as a regulator of innate immune signaling in Drosophila Gesellchen V et al. German Cancer Research Center, Heidelberg, Germany
European Journal of Pharmacology
2005 Sep 20;
[Epub ahead of print]
Functional characterisation of human glycine receptors in a fluorescence-based high-throughput screening assay Jensen A Danish University of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Copenhagen
Expert Review of Molecular Diagnostics
2005 Sep; 5(5): 817-29
Analysis of cellular events using CellCard system in cell-based high-content multiplexed assays Chen T
et al.
Bristol-Myers Squibb, Wallingford, Conn.
Journal of Biological Chemistry
2005 Sep 20;
[Epub ahead of print]
Novel inhibitors of bacterial cytokinesis identified by a cell-based antibiotic screening assay Stokes N
et al.
Prolysis, Ofxordshire, UK
Journal of Biomolecular Screening
2005 Aug 29;
[Epub ahead of print]
A more aggressive breast cancer spheroid model coupled to an electronic capillary sensor system for a high-content screening of cytotoxic agents in cancer therapy: 3-dimensional in vitro tumor spheroids as a screening model Bartholoma P et al. Fraunhofer Institute of Biomedical Engineering, St. Ingbert, Germany
Journal of Biotechnology
2005 Sep 23; 119(2): 133-46
A novel flow cytometry-based method for analysis of expression levels in Escherichia coli, giving information about precipitated and soluble protein Hedhammar M et al. Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden
Journal of Neuroscience Research
2005 Sep 23;
[Epub ahead of print]
Flow cytometry as a method for studying effects of stressors on primary rat neurons Behbahani H
et al.
Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden
Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis
2005 Sep 15; 39(3-4): 712-7
Evaluation of apoptosis and necrosis induced by statins using fluorescence-enhanced flow cytometry Yasuda N
et al.
Mukogawa Women's University School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Hyogo, Japan
2005 Sep 27; 21(20): 9267-73
Cell motility assays on tissue culture dishes via non-invasive confinement and release of cells Kumar G
et al.
University of Cincinnati, Ohio
2005 Sep 15;
[Epub ahead of print]
An in vitro approach to detect metabolite toxicity due to CYP3A4-dependent bioactivation of xenobiotics Vignati L
et al.
Nerviano Medical Sciences, Milan, Italy
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