The 51Cr-Release Assay for CTL-Mediated Target Cell Lysis
Two of the best ways to quantitate cytolysis are by dye exclusion and 51Cr release. Each has strengths and weaknesses.
KeywordsAuger Electron Spontaneous Release Geiger Counter Target Cell Lysis Spontaneous Release Rate
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