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A single common electrophoretic abnormality of glucocorticoid receptors in human leukemia cells.
TLDR
This work describes for the first time a single common electrophoretic abnormality of glucocorticoid receptors in human leukemia cells that was seen in cells from both newly diagnosed patients and patients who had received prior chemotherapy, including prednisone.
Glucocorticoid receptor content of T lymphocytes: evidence for heterogeneity.
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The findings suggest that T cells are heterogeneous with respect to their quantity of glucocorticoid receptors, and isolation of T cells by E-rosette sedimentation enriches for T cells that have a greater number of glucomethasone.
Effect of cell cycle position on dexamethasone binding by mouse and human lymphoid cell lines: correlation between an increase in dexamethasone binding during S phase and dexamethasone sensitivity.
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The results indicate that cell cycle changes in dexamethasone binding are not simply related to changes in cell protein or cell volume during the cell cycle, and may represent a new mechanism of dexamETHasone resistance in lymphoid cells.
Effect of cell cycle position on dexamethasone binding by mouse and human lymphoid cell lines: correlation between an increase in dexamethasone binding during S phase and dexamethasone sensitivity.
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The results indicate that cell cycle changes in dexamethasone binding are not simply related to changes in cell protein or cell volume during the cell cycle, and may represent a new mechanism of dexamETHasone resistance in lymphoid cells.
Effect of mitogenic and high, nonmitogenic concentrations of phytohemagglutinin and concanavalin A on the number of human lymphocytes in culture.
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The number of lymphocytes in culture does not decrease during the first 24 hr after the addition of mitogenic concentrations of PHA and Con A, and that previous reports to this effect may be accounted for by problems associated with counting lymphocytes that are agglutinated by mitogens.