Rhodamine 123: is it an appropriate dye to study P-glycoprotein activity in adriamycin-resistant K562 cells?

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  • Journal: Anticancer Res (1995) 15:121-126
  • ID: PN20448
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Characterization of multidrug resistance by fluorescent dyes.

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  • Journal: Cancer Res (1991) 51:4665-4670
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Rapid functional assay for the detection of multidrug-resistant cells using the fluorescent dye rhodamine 123.

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  • Journal: Blood (1991) 78:1385-1387
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Early steps of the P-glycoprotein expression in cell cultures studied with vital fluorochrome.

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  • Authors: Egudina SV, Stromskaya TP, Frolova EA, Stavrovskaya AA
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Relationships between rhodamine 123 transport, cell volume, and ion-channel function of P-glycoprotein.

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  • Authors: Altenberg GA, Vanoye CG, Han ES, Deitmer JW, Reuss L
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Unidirectional fluxes of rhodamine 123 in multidrug-resistant cells: evidence against direct drug extrusion from the plasma membrane.

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  • Authors: Altenberg GA, Vanoye CG, Horton JK, Reuss L
  • Journal: Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A (1994) 91:4654-4657
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Characterization of rhodamine 123 binding to P-glycoprotein in human multidrug-resistant cells.

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  • Authors: Nare B, Prichard RK, Georges E
  • Journal: Mol Pharmacol (1994) 45:1145-1152
  • ID: PN17992
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Scanning microspectrofluorometry of rhodamine 123 in multidrug-resistant cells.

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  • Authors: Millot JM, Sharonov S, Manfait M
  • Journal: Cytometry (1994) 17:50-58
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Human (MDR1) and mouse (mdr1, mdr3) P-glycoproteins can be distinguished by their respective drug resistance profiles and sensitivity to modulators.

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  • Authors: Tang-Wai DF, Kajiji S, DiCapua F, de Graaf D, Roninson IB, Gros P
  • Journal: Biochemistry (1995) 34:32-39
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