Generazione e analisi quantitativa della pulsato a bassa frequenza ad ultrasuoni per determinare la sensibilità di Sonic di non trattata e trattata cellule neoplastiche

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Trendowski, M., Christen, T. D., Zoino, J. N., Acquafondata, C., Fondy, T. P. Generation and Quantitative Analysis of Pulsed Low Frequency Ultrasound to Determine the Sonic Sensitivity of Untreated and Treated Neoplastic Cells. J. Vis. Exp. (101), e53060, doi:10.3791/53060 (2015).

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Materials

Name Company Catalog Number Comments
Iscove's Modified Dulbecco's Medium w/ NaHCO3 & 25mM Hepes  Life Technologies 12440079
Amphotericin B Solution  Sigma-Aldrich A2942 
Penicillin/Streptomycin 100x Solution  Life Technologies 10378-016
Fetal Bovine Serum Sigma-Aldrich 12105
Branson SLPe 40kHz Cell Disruptor with 3" (25mm) Cuphorn Branson Ultrasonics 101-063-726 sonication device
Brisk Heat SDC Benchtop Digital temperature Controler w/ 1000 ml Beaker Heater Brisk Heat SDCJF1A-GBH1000-1 heater used for temperature control
Beckman-Coulter Z2 Cell Sizer with AccuComp® Software Beckman-Coulter 6605700
Bio-Rad TC20 Automated Cell Counter Bio-Rad 145-0102
Gentamicin 50 mg/ml Sigma-Aldrich G1397 
Trypan Blue Solution Sigma-Aldrich T8154
Falcon 50 ml & 25 ml Vented Culture Flasks Fisher Scientific 353082
Lonza L-Glutamine 200 mM 0.85% NaCl Lonza 17-605C 
Seal-Rite 1.5 ml Microcentrifuge Tubes USA Scientific 1615-5510
Beckman-Coulter Accuvette ST 25 ml Vials and caps Beckman-Coulter  A35473
AccuJet Pro Auto Pipet  BrandTech Scientific 26330
USA Scientific 10 ml Disposable Serological Pipets USA Scientific 1071-0810
Tip One 100 μl and 1,000 μl Filter Tips USA Scientific 1120-1840, 1126-7810
100 μl Micropipette  Wheaton 851164
1,000 μl Micropipette Wheaton 851168
BioRad Dual Chamber Counting Slides Bio-Rad 145-0015
Forma Scientific Dual chamber water jacketed Incubator Forma Scientific 3131
Tektronix  DPO 2002B Digital Phosphor Oscilloscope Tektronix DPO2002B used to measure the ultrasonic waveform
PPB MegaSonics Model PB-500 Ultrasonic Energy Meter PPB Megasonics PB-500  used to assess the sound intensity in W/cm2
Teledyne RESON TC4013-1 Hydrophone Teledyne TC4013-1  connects to the oscilloscope 
Wheaton 250 ml Flasks Sigma-Aldrich Z364827
20 ml Glass Scintillation Vials  Sigma-Aldrich Z190527
Beckman-Coulter Isotonic Saline Solution  Beckman-Coulter N/A diluent for Z2 counter
Chloroform 99% Sigma-Aldrich C2432
Ethanol 200 Proof Anhydrous  Sigma-Aldrich 459836
Mineral Oil N/A
XTT Cell Proliferation Assay Kit ATCC 30-1011K
96-Well Microplate Reader Cole-Palmer  EW-13055-54
U937 Human Monocytic Leukemia Cells ATCC CRL­1593.2
THP1 Human Monocytic Leukemia Cells ATCC TIB-202

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