Romie Mundy

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Guanosine 5'-triphosphate (GTP) is a chemorepellent in Tetrahymena thermophila that has been shown to stimulate cell division as well as ciliary reversal. Previous studies have proposed that GTP avoidance is linked to a receptor-mediated, calcium-based depolarization. However, the intracellular mechanisms involved in GTP avoidance have not been previously(More)
As cells progress through the multistep process of neoplastic transformation, they eventually acquire the property of invasive behavior. Although both plasminogen activators (PA) and their inhibitors (PAI) contribute to this process, their regulation in normal and transformed cells remains poorly defined. Because somatic cell hybrids provide useful tools(More)
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