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** Moretti, P; Behr, L; Walter, JG; Kasper, C; Stahl, F; Scheper, T Characterization and improvement of cell line performance via flow cytometry and cell sorting.

ENG LIFE SCI. 2010; 10(2): 130-138. WoS FullText FullText_BOKU


** Böhm, E; Grillari, J; Voglauer, R; Gross, S; Ernst, W; Ferko, B; Kunert, R; Katinger, H; Borth, N Establishment of a strategy for the rapid generation of a monoclonal antibody against the human protein SNEV (hNMP200) by flow-cytometric cell sorting..

J Immunol Methods. 2005; 307(1-2):13-23 WoS PubMed FullText FullText_BOKU


** Borth, N; Strutzenberger, K; Kunert, R; Steinfellner, W; Katinger, H; Analysis of changes during subclone development and ageing of human antibody-producing heterohybridoma cells by northern blot and flow cytometry..

J Biotechnol. 1999; 67(1):57-66 WoS PubMed


** Borth, N., Strutzenberger, K., Donalies, U., Kunert, R., Katinger, H. Comparison of the production of a human monoclonal antibody against HIV-1 by heterohybridoma cells and recombinant CHO cells: a Flow Cytometric study..

Cytotechnology, 22, 129-138 WoS PubMed FullText FullText_BOKU


** Hohenwarter, O., Waltenberger, A., Schmatz, C., Katinger, H. The effects of oncogene transfection on growth and antibody production of human-mouse heterohybridomas..

Cytotechnology, 17, 83-89 WoS


** Borth, N; Kral, G; Katinger, H Rhodamine 123 fluorescence of immortal hybridoma cell lines as a function of glucose concentration..

Cytometry. 1993; 14(1):70-73 WoS PubMed FullText FullText_BOKU


** Borth, N; Heider, R; Assadian, A; Katinger, H Growth and production kinetics of human x mouse and mouse hybridoma cells at reduced temperature and serum content..

J Biotechnol. 1992; 25(3):319-331 WoS PubMed

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