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Chalones: a tissue-specific approach to mitotic control (Medcom medical update series) ebook

by John C Houck


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G 1-chalones as tissue-specific species-nonspecific inhibitors are capable to stop proliferation at the point of restriction for an indefinite . An important part of vertebrate cell division regulation is the tissue-specific proliferation control.

G 1-chalones as tissue-specific species-nonspecific inhibitors are capable to stop proliferation at the point of restriction for an indefinite period called proliferation. G 1-chalones as tissue-specific species-nonspecific inhibitors are capable to stop proliferation at the point of restriction for an indefinite period called proliferation resting phase G 0. G 1M is a post-mitotic part of G 1-phase, closing the previous cycle, and G 1S is a pre-synthetic G1 part, belonging to the following cycle of division.

Chalones: a tissue-specific approach to mitotic control, p. C. ttouck, W. F. Receptor properties of developing muscle. Douglas M. Fambrough, H Criss Hartzell, John E Rash, Aileen K. Ritchie.

Lymphocyte chalone is a cell-specific but not species-specific noncytotoxic and endogenous inhibitor of the transformation and mitotic activity of normal lymphocytes stimulated in vitro by either lectins or antigens.

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