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Abstract Titles 1999


12th Heidelberg Symposium
Oct.21-23, 1999



The abstracts are printed in the: Proceedings of the DGfZ Heidelberg Meetings, DKFZ, Heidelberg 1999, ISSN 0949 - 5347

=== ORAL PRESENTATIONS ===


=== Session 1: Antigen Specific Cytometry ===


1. ANALYSIS AND ISOLATION OF LIVE ANTIGEN-SPECIFIC T-CELLS BASED ON CYTOKINE SECRETION
H. BROSTERHUS, H. LEYENDECKERS, S. BRINGS, S. MILTENYI, A. RADBRUCH, M. ASSENMACHER, J. SCHMITZ
Miltenyi Biotec GmbH, Bergisch Gladbach, Deutsches Rheumaforschungszentrum, Berlin, Germany
2. DIRECT EX-VIVO ANALYSIS OF EPITOPE-SPECIFIC T- CELL POPULATIONS USING MHC-TETRAMERS
D.H. BUSCH
Institut für Medizinische Mikrobiologie, Immunologie und Hygiene, Technische Universität München, Germany
3. OPTIMIZATION OF A WHOLE BLOOD OVERNIGHT ASSAY FOR THE DETECTION OF ANTIGEN REACTIVE T- CELLS
S.O. FRIEDRICH, G. ROTHE, G. MEIERHOFF, G. SCHMITZ
Institute for Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine, University of Regensburg, Regensburg, Germany
4. CYTOMETRY OF ALLERGEN-SPECIFIC MEMORY B LYMPHOCYTES IN ALLERGIC DISEASES
1 N. HUNZELMANN, 2 H. LEYENDECKERS, 2 J. SCHMITZ
1 Dept. of Dermatology, University of Cologne, 2 Miltenyi Biotec, Bergisch Gladbach, Germany
5. A SIMPLE METHOD FOR EX VIVO IDENTIFICATION AND SORTING OF VIABLE ANTIGEN-REACTIVE T-CELLS
T. MUZZULINI, D. KUNKEL, A. RADBRUCH AND A. SCHEFFOLD
Deutsches Rheumaforschungszentrum, Berlin, Germany
6. WHY DID TAKE SO LONG? THE CYTOMETRIC IDENTIFICATION OF ANTIGEN-SPECIFIC T AND B LYMPHOCYTES
SCHEFFOLD, A., THIEL, A. AND RADBRUCH, A.
Deutsches Rheuma-Forschungszentrum, Berlin, Germany
7. IDENTIFICATION OF ANTIGEN-SPECIFIC T LYMPHOCYTES BY CYTOKINE-PROVOCATION AND INTRACELLULAR CYTOKINE STAINING
THIEL, A. (1), WU, P.(2), NITSCH, S.(1), HIEPE, F.(3), SIEPER, J.(2), AND RADBRUCH A. (1)
(1): Deutsches Rheuma-Forschungszentrum Berlin, (2): Universitäts-klinikum Benjamin Franklin, Berlin, (3): Medizinische Klinik mit Schwerpunkt Rheumatologie und klinische Immunologie, Charité, Berlin, Germany

=== Session 2: Novel Cytometric Techniques ===


8. ELEVEN-COLOR, THIRTEEN PARAMETER FLOW CYTOMETRY FOR DISSECTING THE IMMUNE SYSTEM
N. BAUMGARTH, D. R. PARKS, M. BIGOS, R. T. STOVEL, M. ROEDERER, T. NOZAKI AND L.A. HERZENBERG
Dept. Genetics, Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, CA, USA
9. A NEW METHOD FOR IMMUNOPHENOTYPING OF PERIPHERAL BLOOD BY LASER SCANNING CYTOMETRY (LSC)
GERSTNER A 1, BOOTZ F 1, TARNOK A 2
University of Leipzig, 1 = Department of Otorhinolaryngology, 2 = PediatricCardiology, Cardiac Center Leipzig
10. LUMINESZIERENDE NANOKRISTALLE ALS NICHTRADIOAKTIVE MARKIERUNGSSUBSTANZEN
K HOPPE, M. HAASE, A. EYCHMULLER, H. WELLER
Institut fur Physikalische Chemie, Universitat Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany
11. DEVELOPMENT OF A TWO COLOUR HYBRIDISATION PROTOCOL FOR RADIATION SENSITIVITY MAPPING USING COMET-FISH
A. RAPP, H. DITTMAR, S. MONAJEMBASHI, M. HAUSMANN AND K. O. GREULICH
Institute for Molecular Biotechnology Jena, Jena, Germany
12. SPECTRAL PRECISION DISTANCE MICROSCOPY FOR THE STUDY OF THE 3D-TOPOLOGY OF SELECTED POINT-LIKE MARKERS
J. RAUCH (1,2), M. HAUSMANN (1,3), H. BORNFLETH (1), I. SOLOVEI (4), B. HORSTHEMKE (5), T. CREMER (4), R. KNÜCHEL (2), C. CREMER (1)
(1) Institute of Applied Physics, University of Heidelberg (2) Institute of Pathology, University of Regensburg (3) Institute of Molecular Biotechnology, Jena (4) Institute of Anthropology and Human Genetics, LMU Munich (5) Institute of Human Genetics, University of Essen, Germany

=== Session 3: Analyses of Cellular DNA ===


13. FULLY AUTOMATED DETECTION AND GENETIC CHARAC TERIZATION OF RARE TUMOR CELLS
P.F. AMBROS, G. MEHES, C. HATTINGER, A. LUEGMAYR, A. WITT*, A. PLESCH**, T. LÖRCH**
CCRI, St. Anna Kinderspital, Vienna, Austria, *Dept. of Gynecology, University Hospital, Vienna **MetaSystems, Altlußheim, Germany
14. EVALUATION OF THE FREQUENCY OF ANEUPLOID SPERM OF MICE AND HUMANS BY LASER-SCANNING-CYTOMETRY (LSC)
A. BAUMGARTNER, T.E. SCHIMD, I.-D. ADLER AND M. NÜSSE
Flow Cytometry Group and Institute for Mammalian Genetics, GSF-National Research Center for Environment and Health, D-85758 Neuherberg, Germany
15. TELEMETRISCHE DNA MESSUNGEN (STATISCHE DNA ZYTOMETRIE) MALIGNER PLEURAERGÜSSE
M. BEYER 1), S. BLUM 1), K.D. KUNZE 2), W. MEYER 2), K. KAYSER 1),
1)Abteilung für Pathologie, Thoraxklinik Heidelberg, Heidelberg, Germany 2)Institut für Pathologie, TU Dresden, Dresden, Germany
16. QUANTIFICATION OF DNA-TELOMERE SEQUENCES IN SINGLE CHROMOSOMES USING FLUORESCENCE IMAGE CYTOMETRY
W. BÖCKER, S. PILS, F. WERNER, CH. STREFFER
Universitätsklinikum Essen, Institut für Medizinische Strahlenbiologie, Essen, Germany
17. IMAGING OF IN SITU DNA SENSITIVITY TO DENATURATION BY CONFOCAL MICROSCOPY
J. DOBRUCKI1, A. SLUPCZYNSKA1, W. KRZESZOWIEC1 AND Z. DARZYNKIEWICZ2
1 Department of Biophysics, Inst. of Molecular Biology, Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland 2 Brander Cancer Research Institute, Hawthorne, NY, USA
18. FLUORESZENZMARKIERUNG DES ABL-GENS MIT COMPUTER SELEKTIERTEN OLIGO-DNA-SONDEN
M. HAUSMANN(1,2), R. WINKLER(1), M. DURM(1,3), A. ESA(1), CH. CREMER(1)
1=Institut für Angewandte Physik (Forschungsbereich Angewandte Optik und Informationsverarbeitung) Universität Heidelberg, 2=Institut für Molekulare Biotechnologie e.V. (Abteilung Einzelzell- und Einzelmolekültechniken) Jena, Germany, 3= Institut de Protection et de S¹retÚ NuclÚaire, Fontenay aux Roses, France
19. HIGH-RESOLUTION DNA FLOW CYTOMETRY IN THE MANAGEMENT OF HEAD AND NECK CANCER
J. HEMMER
University of Ulm, Division of Tumor Biology, Ulm, Germany
20. QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS OF RARE TUMOUR CELLS BY AUTOMATED MICROSCOPY
G. MEHES, T. LÖRCH*, P. F. AMBROS
CCRI, St. Anna Kinderspital, Vienna, Austria, *MetaSystems GmbH, Altlußheim, Germany
21. THE DETECTION OF ANEUPLOID MALIGNANT HEMATOPOIETIC CELLS WITH FLOW CYTOMETRY AFTER THERAPY
R. NOWAK*, U. OELSCHLÄGEL, R. HERBST*, M. NIKLISCH*, A. HÄNEL*, M. TEICH* AND G. EHNINGER
Medical Clinic and Policlinic I, University Hospital of Technical University Dresden, * Medical Clinic III, Chemnitz, Germany
22. THE EFFECT OF FMDC ON THE CELL CYCLE OF THREE LEUKEMIA CELL LINES IN VITRO
J.S. SKIERSKI1, M. KORONKIEWICZ1, P. GRIEB2
1 Flow Cytometry Laboratory, The Drug Institute, Warsaw, Poland, 2 Laboratory of Experimental Pharmacology, Medical Research Center, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland
23. CD137 (ILA/4-1BB) REDUCES PHAGOCYTOSIS OF HUMAN MONOCYTES
F. M. BECKE, H. SCHWARZ, F. HOFSTÄDTER; G. BROCKHOFF
Department of Pathology, University of Regensburg, Germany
24. THE CHOLESTEROL AND SPHINGOMYELIN CONTENT OF THE PLASMA MEMBRANE AS DETERMINANTS OF CD14 DEPENDENT SIGNAL TRANSDUCTION
A. GÖTZ, M. KAPINSKY, E. ORSÓ, G. ROTHE, G. SCHMITZ
Institute for Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine, University of Regensburg, Regensburg, Germany
25. ENZYMATICALLY MODIFIED LDL IN CONTRAST TO OXIDIZED OR ACETYLATED LDL INDUCES FOAM CELL FORMATION INDEPENDENT FROM SCAVENGER RECEPTOR EXPRESSION
M. KAPINSKY, M. TORZEWSKI, G. SCHINDLER, G. ROTHE AND G. SCHMITZ
Institute of Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine, University of Regensburg, Germany
26. DIFFERENCES IN TUMOR-CYTOTXICITY OF HUMAN MONOCYTES DEPENDS ON THE TYPE OF TUMOR TARGET: ANALYSIS IN A THREEDIMENSIONAL SPHEROID MODEL
A. KONUR*, M. KREUTZ*, R. ANDREESEN*, G. BROCKHOFF**
* Department of Hematology/Oncology, University Regensburg, Germany ** Institute of Pathology, University Regensburg, Germany
27. CULTIVATION AND ISOLATION OF ENDOTHELIAL CELLS FROM LARGE VESSEL PREPARATIONS
K. LEHLE, L.A. KUNZ-SCHUGHART*, J. PREUNER, D. BIRNBAUM
Clinic for Cardio-Thoracic Surgery, *Institute of Pathology, University of Regensburg, Germany
28. FLOW CYTOMETRY STUDY OF 'DNA CLEARING' FROM NONCOVALENTLY BOUND AGENTS WHICH IS A NEW MECHANISM OF DRUG RESISTANCE IN MAMMALIAN CELLS
V.V. LEVINA*, E.Y. VARFOLOMEEVA, E. B. SUKHAREVA, E. A. DROBCHENKO, M. V. FILATOV
Petersburg Nuclear Physics Institute, Gatchina, St. Petersburg, Russian Federation
29. DEVELOPMENT-DEPENDENT ECTOPIC EXPRESSION OF THE TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR PEROXISOME PROLIFERATOR-ACTIVATED RECEPTOR SUBTYPES AND APOPTOSIS IN LUTEIN CELLS
B. LÖHRKE, T. VIERGUTZ, T. GOLDAMMER, B. KRÜGER1
1University of Rostock, Faculty of Medicine, Research Institute of Animal Biology Dummerstorf-Rostock, Dummerstorf, Germany
30. PERIPHERE-BENZODIAZEPINREZEPTOREN IN RELATION ZU ZELLZYKLUSPHASE UND MITOCHONDRIENGEHALT BEI MAMMA-CARCINOM -ZELLKULTUREN
SÄNGER,N., STROHMEIER,R., KAUFMANN,M., KUHL,H. N. SäNGER
Frauenklinik d.Universität, Frankfurt/Main, Germany
31. QUANTIFICATION OFAPOPTOSIS AND LEUKOCYTE SUBSETS IN TISSUE SECTIONS BY LASER SCANNING CYTOMETRY (LSC)
TARNOK A 1, GERSTNER A 2, ADAMS V 1, RACZ P 3, RACZ K 3, SCHNEIDER P 1
1 = Paediatric Cardiology & Cardiology, Cardiac Centre, Leipzig, Germany 2 = Department of Otorhinolaryngology, University of Leipzig, Germany 3 = Bernhard-Nocht-Institut, University of Hamburg, Germany

=== Session 4: Cellular Function, Differentiation and Disease ===


32. EFFECTS OF THE GPIIB/IIIA RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST MK-383 ON RECEPTOR CONFORMATION AND FUNCTION
S. BARLAGE, A. WIMMER, G. ROTHE, G. SCHMITZ
Institute for Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine, University of Regensburg, Germany
33. ASSAYS OF CELL FUNCTIONS BY LASER SCANNING CYTOMETRY
E. BEDNER1, X. LI2, ZB. DARZYNKIEWICZ2
1 Department of Pathology, Pomeranian School of Medicine, Szczecin, Poland 2 Brander Cancer Research Institute, New York Medical College, Valhalla, NY,USA
34. THE ROLE OF CELLULAR PLASMA MEMBRANES IN REDUCTION OF TETRAZOLIUM SALTS, MTT AND CTC
T. BERNAS AND J. DOBRUCKI
Lab. of Confocal Microscopy and Image Analysis, Department of Biophysics, Institute of Molecular Biology, Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland
35. FLOW CYTOMETRIC DETECTION OF CD3LOW CELLS IN THE PERIPHERAL BLOOD OF PATIENTS WITH CUTANEOUS T-CELL LYMPHOMA
I. BÖHM, A. REICHARDT, S. SCHNAUTZ, R. BAUER
Department of Dermatology, University of Bonn, Bonn, Germany
36. EFFECTS OF 5-AMINOLEVULINIC ACID (ALA) INDUCED INTRACELLULAR PROTOPORHYRIN IX (PPIX) -CONTENT AND -LOCALISATION ON PHOTODYNAMIC THERAPY (PDT)
R. KRIEG 1,2, H. MESSMANN 2, F. HOFSTAEDTER 1, R. KNUECHEL 1
1 Institute of Pathology, 2 Department of Internal Medicine, University of Regensburg, Regensburg, Germany
37. PROLIFERATIVE POTENTIAL OF TUMOUR CELLS DISSEMINATED IN THE HEAMATOPOIETIC SYSTEM
G. MEHES, C. M. HATTINGER, T. LÖRCH*, H. GADNER, P. F. AMBROS
CCRI, St. Anna Kinderspital, Vienna, Austria
*MetaSystems GmbH, Altlußheim, Germany
38. INCREASED APOPTOSIS OF CIRCULATING LYMPHOCYTES DURING CARDIAC SURGERY WITH CARDIOPULMONARY BYPASS
PIPEK M, HAMBSCH J, SCHNEIDER P, TÁRNOK A
Pediatric Cardiology, Herzzentrum GmbH, University Hospital, Leipzig, Germany
39. SUBCELLULAR CD95-LIGAND EXPRESSION IN MICROVASCULAR ENDOTHELIAL CELLS, EWING'S TUMORS AND LONG TERM CULTURED T CELLS
E. M. SCHNEIDER, J. DOBRUCKI, B. STAHL-HAEGE, M. GEORGIEFF
Universitaetsklinik fuer Anaesthesiologie, University of Ulm, Germany Dept of Biophysics, Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland
40. CELLULAR EFFECTS OF 5-AMINOLEVULINIC ACID (ALA) - INDUCED PROTOPORPHYRIN XI (PPIX) - MEDIATED PHOTODYNAMIC THERAPY (PDT) ON HUMAN UROTHELIAL CELL LINES
SEIDL J, KRIEG R, KNUECHEL R
Institute of Pathology, University of Regensburg, Regensburg, Germany
41. MAPPING OF CELL SURFACE DISTRIBUTION OF ERBB PROTEINS IN BREAST CANCER CELLS
J. SZÖLLÖSI AND P. NAGY
Department of Biophysics and Cell Biology, University Medical School of Debrecen, Debrecen, Hungary
42. C-REACTIVE PROTEIN (CRP) IN ATHEROGENESIS
M. TORZEWSKI, M. KAPINSKY, G. ROTHE, G. SCHMITZ
Institut für Klinische Chemie und Laboratoriumsmedizin, Klinikum der Universität Regensburg, Germany
43. PREDICTIVE MEDICINE BY PATTERN ANALYSIS (CLASSIF1) OF CYTOMETRIC AND OTHER DATA
G.VALET1, H.KAHLE1, .A.TARNOK2, VAN DRIEL BEM3, VAN NOORDEN3
1) Max-Planck-Institut für Biochemie, Martinsried, 2) Paediatric Cardiology, Heart Center, Leipzig, Germany 3) Lab.Cell Biology&Histology, Academic Medical Center, Univ.Amsterdam, Netherlands

=== Session 5: Microorganisms ===


44. THE CHARACTERIZATION OF PHYTOPLANKTON POPULATIONS USING FLOW CYTOMETRY AND LASER SCANNING CYTOMETRY
BEISKER, W.(1), BRUCKMEIER, B.(2), SCHADE, C.(3), SCHÄFER, H.(1) AND NUESSE, M.(1)
(1): GSF-Forschungszentrum für Umwelt und Gesundheit, Durchflußzytometrie, Neuherberg, (2): IGB - Institut Gewässerökologie und Binnenfischerei, Berlin, (3): Institut für Zoologie, Stuttgart-Hohenheim, Germany
45. IN-SITU MIKROSKOPIE BEI DER KULTIVIERUNG VON MIKROORGANISMEN
J.-G. FRERICHS, K. JOERIS, J. SCHAPER, T. SCHEPER
Institut für Technische Chemie, Universität Hannover, Hannover, Germany
46. FLOW CYTOMETRY ALS METHODE ZUR PROZEßIDENTIFIKATION AM BEISPIEL DER SYNTHESE VON POLY-ß-HYDROXY-BUTTERSÄURE (PHB) DURCH METHYLOBACTERIUM RHODESIANUM MB126
DIPL.-ING. R. GROßE-UHLMANN1, DR. S. MÜLLER2, PROF. DR. TH. BLEY1
1) Technische Universität Dresden, Institut für Lebensmittel- und Bioverfahrenstechnik, Dresden, 2) Sächsisches Institut für Angewandte Biotechnologie an der Universität Leipzig, Leipzig, Germany
47. DURCHFLUßZYTOMETRISCHE BESTIMMUNG DER FLUIDITÄT ZUR CHARAKTERISIERUNG DER STRUKTUREN BAKTERIELLER MEMBRANEN
ULLRICH, S.1, LÖSCHE, A.2, MÜLLER, S.2
1 Universität Leipzig, Sektion Biowissenschaften, Pharmazie und Psychologie, Leipzig, 2 Sächsisches Institut für Angewandte Biotechnologie (SIAB e.V.) an der Universität Leipzig,Leipzig, Germany

=== Session 6: Industrial Talks ===


48. MHC-TETRAMERE: NACHWEIS VON ANTIGEN-SPEZIFISCHEN CD8+ T-ZELLEN MIT HILFE DER DURCHFLUSSZYTOMETRIE
A. NECKER*, C. TOURNAY*, C. LEGET*, L. GAUTHIER*, P. ROTH°, W. BOLTON°, F. ROMAGNÉ*
* Beckman-Coulter,CAD, Marseille, France, °Beckman-Coulter, CAD, Miami
49. BD LSR, THE 6-COLOR BENCHTOP RESEARCH FLOW CYTOMETER FROM BD BIOSCIENCES
BECTON DICKINSON
Becton Dickinson GMBH, Heidelberg, Germany
50. BIOMAGNETIC SEPARATION: METHODS AND APPLICATIONS
JÜRGEN LEWALD
Deutsche Dynal GmbH, Hamburg, Germany
51. KOOPERATIVES ARBEITEN IN DER MIKROSKOPIE ÜBER NETZE (HISTKOM)
DEUTSCHE TELEKOM AG, GB MULTIMEDIA
Deutsche Telekom AG, GB Multimedia, Bonn, Germany
52. CONTINUOUS GATING(r) VON MEDAC, EINE EXPERTENSOFTWARE
MEDAC DIAGNOSTICA
53. RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN RARE CELL SCANNING AND MULTI FLUOROCHROME IMAGING
METASYSTEMS
MetaSystems GmbH, Altlußheim, Germany
54. AUTOMACS FOR ULTRA HIGH SPEED AUTOMATED MAGNETIC CELL SEPARAIION
MILTENYI
MILTENYI BIOTECH GMBH
55. PAS, EIN KOMPAKTES FLOWZYTOMETER MIT FÄRBEAUTOMAT FÜR DIE ROUTINE-IMMUNOLOGIE
WOLFGANG GÖHDE JUN. UND VOLKER 0ST
Partec GmbH, Münster, Germany
56. DAS TILL-PHOTONICS STANDARD IMAGING SYSTEM
PETER MESSLER, JOACHIM WIETZORREK
Till-Photonics GmbH, Martinsried, Deutschland
57. MULTIPLE FLUORESCENCE MICROSCOPY AND OPTOELECTRONIC IMAGING: - POSSIBILITIES AND LIMITS HEINZ GUNDLACH, CARL ZEISS ,OBERKOCHEN
Introduction
58. EVALUATION DER QUANTIFIZIERUNG DER CD38-EXPRESSION (ANTIBODY BINDING CPAPACITY) AUF T-SUPPRESSORZELLEN UNTER DEN BESONDEREN BEDINGUNGEN DES EINSENDELABORS J. ALBRECHT, C. DABETIC-POPESCU, M. ECKART
Aerztliches Laboratorium, Offenbach/Main, Germany
59. IMMUNOLOGICAL DIFFERENCES BETWEEN IDIOPATHIC CD4+T LYMPHOCYTOPENIA (ICL) AND HLV-INFECTION
I. BÖHM 1, K. PEGELOW 1, A. VON RÜCKER, V. KISTLER, R. BAUER
Department of Dermatology and 1 Department of Clinical Biochemistry, University of Bonn, Bonn, Germany
60. DNA CONTENT IN HUMAN SPERMATOZOA AND IN VITRO FERTILISATION EFFECTS
K. FILIPIAK, P. JEDRZEJCZAK*, M. KOTWICKA, L.PAWELCZYK, J.S. SKIERSKI**, J.B. WARCHOL
Department of Radiobiology & Cell Biology, *Clinic of Infertility & Reproductive Endocrinology, Karol Marcinkowski Medical School, Poznan, **Institute of Pharmacology, Warszawa, Poland
61. MIKRONUKLEI UND ZELLZYKLUSVERZÖGERUNG ALS PARAMETER ZUR BESTIMMUNG DER INDIVIDUELLEN STRAHLENEMPFINDLICHKEIT
B. GREVE, E. SEVERIN, U. HACKER-KLOM, W. GÖHDE
Institut für Strahlenbiologie, Universität Münster, Germany
62. INDICATION FOR AN ALTERED TRANSFER OF LYMPHOCYTE SUBSETS FROM BLOOD INTO CEREBROSPINAL FLUID (CSF) IN AGING HUMANS
T.O. KLEINE
Centre of Nervous Diseases, Neurochemistry Department, Univeristy of Marburg, Germany
63. DIFFERENT BLOOD/CEREBROSPINAL FLUID (CSF) RATIOS OF HUMAN LYMPHOCYTE SUBSETS
T.O. KLEINE
Centre of Nervous Diseases, Neurochemistry Department, Univeristy of Marburg, Germany
64. THE FLOW CYTOMETRIC CROSSMATCH IN RENAL TRANSPLANTATION
G.KORCZAK-KOWALSKA, P.WIERZBICKI, K.MICHALSKA, E. DOBRZY SKA, A.CHMURA, D.K OSOWSKA, I.PODOBI SKA, W.ROWISKI, A.GÓRSKI
Transplantation Institute, Department of Clinical Immunology, Transplantation Institute, The Medical University of Warsaw Warsaw, Poland
65. STUDY ON ASSOCIATION BETWEEN DNA CONTENT AND SPERM MORPHOLOGY OF MALES WITH UNEXPLAINED INFERTILITY
M. KOTWICKA, K. FILIPIAK, J.B. WARCHOL
Department of Radiobiology & Cell Biology, Karol Marcinkowski Medical School, Poznan, Poland
66. OPTICAL TOOLS IN LASER SCANNING MICROSCOPY OF CULTURED MAMMALIAN CELLS
G. MEYER ZU HÖRSTE, A. HOFFMANN, S. MONAJEMBASHI, V. UHL, G. PILARCZYK AND K.-O. GREULICH
Institut für molekulare Biotechnologie eV, Jena, Germany
67. FLOW CYTOMETRIC TECHNIQUES TO CHARACTERISE PHYSIOLOGICAL STATES OF ACINETOBACTER CALCOACETICUS
S. MÜLLER1, S. ULLRICH2, A. LÖSCHE1, W. BABEL3
1 Sächsisches Institut für Angewandte Biotechnologie (SIAB) an der Universität Leipzig, Leipzig,
2 Universität Leipzig, Sektion Biowissenschaften, Pharmazie und Psychologie, Leipzig,
3 Umweltforschungszentrum Leipzig/Halle GmbH, Sektion Umweltmikrobiologie, Leipzig, Germany
68. INTERAKTIONEN ZWISCHEN MONOZYTEN AUS DEM PERIPHEREN BLUT VON PATIENTEN MIT ARTHRITIS PSORIATICA UND KULTIVIERTEN HUMANEN DERMALEN MIKROVASKULÄREN ENDOTHELZELLEN
J. NEUMÜLLER(1), A. DUNKY (2), H. BURTSCHER (4), R. JILCH (3), J. E. MENZEL (4)
(1) Ludwig Boltzmann Institut für Rheumatologie und Balneologie, Wien, Austria
(2) 5. Medizinische Abteilung (Rheumatologie, Rehabilitation und Stoffwechselerkrankungen), Wilhelminenspital, Wien, Austria
(3) Zentrallaboratorium, Städtisches Krankenhaus und Geriatriezentrum Lainz, Wien, Austria
(4) Institut für Immunologie der Universität Wien, Austria
69. DURCHFLUßZYTOMETRIE IN DER MIKROBIOLOGISCHEN DIAGNOSTIK
S. NUDING 1;2, H. A. G. MÜLLER 1, CH. BODE 2
1 Institut für Laboratoriumsmedizin, Klinik am Eichert Göppingen
2 Institut für Biologische Chemie und Ernährungswissenschaft, Abteilung Ernährungsphysiologie, Universität Hohenheim, Germany
70. CARDIAC CALCIUM HOMEOSTASIS ENDS UP IN OSCILLATIONS: MICRO- CYTOMETRIC MEASUREMENTS AND NUMERIC SIMULATIONS
G. PILARCZYK, E. SCHMITT, K. O. GREULICH
Institut für Molekulare Biotechnologie, Jena, Germany
71. EXAMINATION OF INNER MITOCHONDRIAL TRANSMEMBRANE POTENTIAL (DYM) USING CHLORMETHYL-X-ROSAMINE DYE
P. POZAROWSKI, J. ROLINSKI, A. SURDACKA, P. KRAWCZYK
Department of Clinical Immunology, University School of Medicine, Lublin, Poland
72. ON-LINE MONITORING AN BIOPROZESSEN MITTELS FLIEßINJEKTIONS-CYTOMETRISCHER MESSUNGEN
M. RIESEBERG UND T. SCHEPER
Institut für Technische Chemie der Universität Hannover, Hannover
73. THE EFFECT OF CHEMICALS ON THE DURATION OF MALE MEIOSIS IN MICE DETECTED WITH LASER-SCANNING-CYTOMETRY (LSC)
T.E. SCHMID, A. BAUMGARTNER, M. NÜSSE AND I.-D. ADLER
Institute for Mammalian Genetics and Flow Cytometry Group, GSF - National Research Center for Environment and Health, Neuherberg, Germany
74. FLOW CYTOMETRY FOR ASSESSING BIOCOMPATIBILITY OF TYPE 1 COLLAGEN-COATED TITANIUM ALLOY
1 SCHÜLER C, 1 HOFER A, 1 WITT M, 1 KASPER M, 2 WOLF C, 3 SCHULZE E, 1 FUNK RHW
Technical University Dresden, Germany
1 Department of Anatomy, Dresden,
2 Department of Materials Science, Dresden,
3 Clinic for Reconstructive Surgery, Dresden, Germany


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