B. E. Oswald

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The uptake and internalization of a triglyceride emulsion by rat hepatocytes in culture less than 24 hr was either inhibited or uninfluenced by apoE. ApoE significantly increased the uptake of these emulsions in later cultures. Specific low density lipoprotein (LDL) binding was similar for hepatocyte monolayers prior to and after 24 hr. Rat hepatocytes in(More)
The postulate that low intracellular pH acts as a preconditioner for the destructuve effects of hyperthermia (42 degrees C) was examined, using a heat-sensitive line of malignant cells derived from rat mammary gland (SDB). Intracellular pH (pHi) was measured indirectly, from the distribution of the weak, non-metabolizable organic acid(More)
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