Diane R. Kiino

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GH4C1 cells (GH cells) are a clonal strain of rat pituitary tumor cells which secrete prolactin. GH cells have been used to study hormone secretion, but they store relatively little prolactin compared to normal prolactin-secreting cells. They are not suitable, therefore, for studying some aspects of pituitary function. We have found that the amount of(More)
GH4C1 cells (CH cells) are a clonal strain of rat pituitary tumor cells which secrete prolactin. We measured intracellular prolactin at different stages of the cell cycle using flow microfluorometry. Prolactin was stained by an indirect immunocytochemical technique using fluorescein isothiocyanate (FITC)-conjugated antiserum, and DNA was stained(More)
This book is a collection of twenty-four selected papers presented at a 1978 symposium on liquid chromatography. A very broad range of topics is discussed, including uses of HPLC in the community hospital clinical laboratory, analytical and preparative applications in peptide chemistry, analysis of urinary estrogen metabolites, and a potentially valuable(More)
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