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Can You Diagnose This Cell?
1- A mammalian cell enters the exam room. It is staring at a phone so you immediately suspect human. The pale complexion suggests white blood cell. What general leukocyte marker will you use to ID by flow cytometry?
2- Cell culture looks like your cup of tea! You run a few more tests and get a CD3+/CD8+ result. In your opinion, what type of leukocyte is it?
Natural killer cell
Licensed to kill cell
3- The T-cell’s primary complaint is stomach pain. You suspect contamination and prescribe fresh media and a short antibiotic regimen. What is a good antibiotic mix?
4- Antibiotics don’t seem to help. The T-cell complains of nausea. You suspect late-night partying and an overdose on reactive oxygen species. In a typical ROS assay, the detection dye fluoresces when it is…
5- The T-cell has not proliferated in a while. You ask about the first day of its last cell cycle but the T-cell is unresponsive. A quick cell-cycle test shows sub G1. The cell may be suffering from…
6- It’s too late! The T-cell experiences blebbing and severe vomiting before completely disintegrating. You call up the cleanup-crew and run a final test. It is positive for Caspase 3/7 activity. What is the cause of death?
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