Figure 7.

Cell cycle-dependent changes of the cAMP level. The cAMP level was determined in synchronized cultures, and it was revealed that concentration changes might occur in the time period between 1.5 and 3.5 hours (data not shown). Therefore this period was characterized with a higher time resolution of 15 minutes. The box in A and B denotes the time period of cell division (compare Fig. 1). A. One out of three biological replicates is shown. The cAMP concentration was determined in duplicate measurements, and the cell density was determined with a Neubauer counting chamber. B. Average cAMP level changes in three biological replicates. The absolute cAMP values (fmol cAMP/109 cells) had a somewhat large variance, therefore the highest value in every independent experiment was set to 100% and the relative values were used to calculate the average and the standard deviation.

Baumann et al. BMC Cell Biology 2007 8:21   doi:10.1186/1471-2121-8-21
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