GROUPING KINETIC DATA FOR SUBPOPULATIONS OF CELLS

Kinetic data can be used to classify cells within a population in a similar way to end-point data such as nucleus area.

However, kinetic data is very rich and can be used to group cells based on the rate of response to a treatment.

In the schematic example shown to the right, each of the ten cells depicted are grouped into one of three responder classes: weak, moderate or strong.

Further analysis of these groups can determine whether certain compounds induce changes in the distribution of cells across these groups.

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