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At present, nuclear condensation and fragmentation have been estimated also using Hoechst probes in fluorescence microscopy and flow cytometry. However, none of the methods has used the Hoechst probes for quantitative spectrofluorometric assessment. Therefore, the aim of present study was to develop a spectrofluorometric assay for detection of nuclear condensation and fragmentation in intact cells. We used HepG2 and HK‑2 cells cultured in 96-well plates which were treated with potent apoptoticdoi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-208670/v1 fatcat:3nue4gj4xjcqvn2djd3kmowymy