Recent developments in instrumentation and working procedure in microcalorimetry have led to an increased interest in the direct measurements of heat production rates of living cells. Specific problems connected in particular with work on mammalian cells are briefly discussed and a system of microcalorimeters suitable for work on such cells is described. A few examples of its use in studies ofT-lymphoma cells are briefly discussed.
|Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry|
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