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INACTIVATION OF PHAGE BY NEAR‐ULTRAVIOLET RADIATION AND HYDROGEN PEROXIDE
- A. Eisenstark, R. L. Buzard, P. Hartman
- Biology, Medicine
- Photochemistry and photobiology
- 1 November 1986
The results suggest that these phage are inactivated by a common mechanism irrespective of nucleic acid composition, but that some phage genomes may be more vulnerable to NUV/H2O2 inactivation than others. Expand
Growth inhibition by glucocorticoids in RPMI 3460 melanoma cells.
It is shown that two other glucocorticoids, triamcinolone acetonide and hydrocortisone, also cause growth inhibition in RPMI 3460 cells and that progesterone can block this response. Expand
Clonal variants of a melanoma cell line sensitive to growth inhibition by dexamethasone.
- R. L. Buzard, T. Hutchens, E. F. Hawkins, F. Markland, D. Horn
- Biology, Medicine
- Experimental cell research
- 1 April 1982
The observation that two clones of the RPMI 3460 Syrian hamster melanoma cell line exhibit different responses to dexamethasone suggests that the two sets of responses can be controlled separately and that glucocorticoids may exert their influence through different or divergent biological pathways. Expand
Steroid derivatives for electrophilic affinity labelling of glucocorticoid binding sites: interaction with the glucocorticoid receptor and biological activity.
- A. Weisz, R. L. Buzard, D. Horn, M. P. Li, L. Dunkerton, F. Markland
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Journal of steroid biochemistry
- 1 April 1983
To investigate the possible use of electrophilic affinity labelling for the characterization of glucocorticoid receptors, different chemically reactive derivatives of deoxycorticosterone, dexamethasone and progesterone were tested for their ability to bind irreversibly to the glucoc Corticoid receptor from goat lactating mammary gland. Expand