Published in Angiogenesis Weekly, October 13th, 2006
"Discosoma sp red fluorescent protein (DsRed2) is a newly developed marker for in vivo labeling studies in different biologic systems. After vector transfection, DsRed2 is expressed in mammalian cells and can be detected by fluorescence microscopy," researchers in Germany reported.
"The aims of this study were to establish a DsRed2-transfected human rhabdomyosarcoma (RMS) cell line and to perform a xenotransplantation on nude mice to use imaging as a tool for further basic research studies on this neoplasm. The human alveolar RMS cell line Rh30 was transfected with the...
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