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HUMAN MAMMARY SLICES IN ORGAN CULTURE. I. METHOD OF CULTURE AND PRELIMINARY OBSERVATIONS ON THE EFFECT OF INSULIN.
Abstract A technique for culture of human mammary slices has been devised, which permits survival and limited proliferation of all elements for periods up to 12 days in vitro. Slices survive in aExpand
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Mitogenic Property of Wistaria floribunda Seeds
Two phytomitogens have been described which stimulate blastogenesis and mitosis of human peripheral blood lymphocytes: phytohaemagglutinin (PHA) from Phaseolus vulgaris1 and pokeweed mitogen (PWM) ofExpand
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CYTOCHEMICAL STUDIES OF HUMAN BONE MARROW FIBROBLAST-LIKE CELLS. II. ESTERASE AND ACID PHOSPHATASE.
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Ph1-positive childhood leukemias: spectrum of lymphoid-myeloid expressions.
Two children presented with Ph1-positive leukemia, confirmed by Giemsa banding as 22q-. One child showed an initial presentation characteristic of acute lymphoblastic leukemia, followed byExpand
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Y Chromosome Loss in Childhood Leukaemias
Summary. During the past 3½ years cytogenetic studies have been performed on all children with leukaemia prior to treatment. Loss of the Y chromosome documented by chromosome banding techniques, wasExpand
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Blood mononuclear cell abnormalities in mumps.
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Cytochemical studies of human bone marrow fibroblast-like cells. I. Alkaline phosphatase.
Abstract Alkaline phosphatase activity of marrow fleck components and fibroblast-like cells (FLC) developing in marrow cultures has been compared. The enzyme is demonstrable in the vascular networkExpand
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Histochemical approaches to cell characterization in vitro.
  • P. Farnes
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • National Cancer Institute monograph
  • 1 September 1967
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