Peter Strauß

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The cartilagenous tissue of mandibular condyles of newborn mice contains progenitor cells as well as young and mature chondrogenic cells. During in vitro cultivation of the tissue, progenitor cells undergo osteogenic differentiation and form new bone (Silbermann, M., D. Lewinson, H. Gonen, M. A. Lizarbe, and K. von der Mark. 1983. Anat. Rec. 206:373-383).(More)
We have investigated the temporal pattern of expression of c-fos in cartilage cells in mouse mandibular condyles. During in vitro cultivation, the progenitor cells in this organ differentiate to osteoblasts, and hypertrophic chondrocytes start to show features indicative of osteogenic differentiation. Prior to these processes we observed two distinct(More)
Similarly to other mammalian and avian retroviruses that lack a transforming gene, moloney murine leukaemia virus (MoMuLV) causes no morphological transformation in infected tissue culture cells. However, following injection in an appropriate animal host, MoMuLV induces mainly thymic lymphomas after a long latency period. A common characteristic of(More)
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