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Differentiated C1300 mouse neuroblastoma cells were treated with 10(-4)-10(6) M gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) and/or sodium bromide (NaBr) for 2 days and then fixed. Quantitative studies revealed an increase in the length and branching of the processes, as well as an increase in the number of cells when compared to the controls. It is suggested that the(More)
Growth cones of differentiated neuroblastoma cells in monolayer cultures were studied by electron microscopy. Morphological differentiation of the growth cone formation was induced by sodium bromide. Upon prolonged application of 10(-4) to 10(-5) M sodium bromide to the cultures, a peculiar or modified formation of the growth cone occurred. Growth cones(More)
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