Show simple item record Richards, R. Geoff ap Gwynn, Iolo A. Meredith, D. O. Owen, G. R. 2009-10-08T14:03:17Z 2009-10-08T14:03:17Z 2004-02-01
dc.identifier.citation Richards , R G , ap Gwynn , I A , Meredith , D O & Owen , G R 2004 , ' Variation in cell-substratum adhesion in relation to cell cycle phases ' Experimental Cell Research , vol 293 , no. 1 , pp. 58-67 . DOI: 10.1016/j.yexcr.2003.10.005 en
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dc.description Meredith, D. O., Owen, G. R., ap Gwynn, I., Richards, R. G. (2004). Variation in cell-substratum adhesion in relation to cell cycle phases. Experimental Cell Research, 293, (1), 58-67. en
dc.description.abstract The quantification of focal adhesion sites offers an assessable method of measuring cell–substrate adhesion. Such measurement can be hindered by intra-sample variation that may be cell cycle derived. A combination of autoradiography and immunolabelling techniques, for scanning electron microscopy (SEM), were utilised simultaneously to identify both S-phase cells and their focal adhesion sites. Electron-energy ‘sectioning’ of the sample, by varying the accelerating voltage of the electron beam, combined with backscattered electron (BSE) imaging, allowed for S-phase cell identification in one energy ‘plane’ image and quantitation of immunogold label in another. As a result, it was possible simultaneously to identify S-phase cells and their immunogold-labelled focal adhesions sites on the same cell. The focal adhesion densities were calculated both for identified S-phase cells and the remaining non-S-phase cells present. The results indicated that the cell cycle phase was a significant factor in determining the density of focal adhesions, with non-S-phase cells showing a larger adhesion density than S-phase cells. Focal adhesion morphology was also seen to correspond to cell cycle phase; with ‘dot’ adhesions being more prevalent on smaller non-S-phase and the mature ‘dash’ type on larger S-phase cells. This study demonstrated that when quantitation of focal adhesion sites is required, it is necessary to consider the influence of cell cycle phases on any data collected. en
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dc.relation.ispartof Experimental Cell Research en
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dc.title Variation in cell-substratum adhesion in relation to cell cycle phases en
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dc.contributor.institution Department of Geography and Earth Sciences en
dc.contributor.institution Institute of Biological, Environmental and Rural Sciences en
dc.contributor.institution Information Services en
dc.description.status Peer reviewed en

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