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Changes in Autofluorescence Level of Live and Dead Cells for Mouse Cell Lines

  • Kozlova A.A.
  • Verkhovskii R.A.
  • Ermakov A.V.
  • Bratashov D.N.
Дата публикации:01.12.2020
Журнал: Journal of Fluorescence
БД: Scopus
Ссылка: Scopus


© 2020, Springer Science+Business Media, LLC, part of Springer Nature. Label-free characterization of cell subpopulations is a very promising biomedical approach. Nowadays, there are several label-free methods based on different physical properties such as size, density, stiffness, etc. allowing the characterization of biological objects. However, fluorescence properties are the most suitable feature for the label-free study of tissue and cells. Understanding the autofluorescence level peculiarities of normal and pathological / live and dead cells can become a helpful tool for cells’ metabolic activity, viability evaluation, and diagnostics of a number of diseases. In this study, we applied a series of mouse cell lines (RAW 264.7 - macrophages, L929 - fibroblasts, C2C12 – myoblasts, and B16-F10 – melanoma) to compare cell autofluorescence of live and dead cells under 488 nm laser excitation and found the difference between their autofluorescence depending on a cell state and type.

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