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A Time-Efficient Fluorescence Spectroscopy-Based Assay for Evaluating Actin Polymerization Status in Rodent and Human Brain Tissues

DOI :

10.3791/62268-v

June 3rd, 2021

June 3rd, 2021

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1Department of Anatomy, School of Biomedical Sciences, University of Otago

We report a simple, time-efficient and high-throughput fluorescence spectroscopy-based assay for the quantification of actin filaments in ex vivo biological samples from brain tissues of rodents and human subjects.

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