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The attachment of rat hepatocytes to polystyrene-adsorbed serum protein is relatively insensitive to inhibitors such as dextran sulphate, cycloheximide, colchicine and cytochalasin B, and enzymes like trypsin and neuraminidase, but it is strongly dependent on divalent cations. Mg2+ supports attachment better than Ca2+, but a combination of both is required(More)