High content screening (HCS) was used to observe the nuclear condensation, cell permeability, mitochondrial membrane potential (MMP) and cytochrorne c release.
What does MMP stand for?
MMP stands for Mitochondrial Membrane Potential
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0] status was confirmed by a loss of mitochondrial membrane potential gradient (Figure 1A), significantly decreased COX activity (Figure 1B), and oxygen consumption rate (Figure 1C), as well as a decrease in intracellular superoxide content (Figure 1 D).
Mechanisms underlying the loss of mitochondrial membrane potential in glutamate excitotoxicity.
Disruption of mitochondrial membrane potential MMP has been considered an indicator of oxidative stress (13) and increased oxidative burden on cells has been reported to increase mitochondrial mass (14).
1 plasmids, and the mitochondrial membrane potential was measured with a DePsipher assay kit (R&D Systems).
Methods for the Detection of Apoptosis Microscopic techniques Morphologic cellular features, light microscopy Fluorescent DNA stains for nuclear morphologic analysis Confocal microscopy Electron microscopy Annexin V binding method Assessment of DNA fragmentation Enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay Terminal deoxynucleotidyl transferase-mediated deoxyuridine triphosphate-biotin nick end-labeling (TUNEL) method Immunohistochemistry for single-stranded DNA Comet method Gel electrophoresis Flow cytometric analysis Cell cycle DNA content Immunohistochemistry for apoptosis-associated proteins Mitochondrial membrane potential changes Caspase activity Table 2.
And we successfully established the method for mitochondrial membrane potential (m) monitor with a non-label quantitative manner by cellular reaction using 1,000 living cells to detect 10(-9) magnitude of refractive index units/s and elucidated quantitative relation between m at very early stage of cellular reaction against used compound, and the compound efficacy.
In addition, the compound (3) may be acting to depolarize the mitochondrial membrane potential of the cells, leading to death of the parasite.