Suzanne Hessefort

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The lysate of an immortalized monoclonal cell line derived from the striatum (X61) contains a dopaminergic stimulatory activity that is capable of increasing the dopamine content of an immortalized mouse mesencephalic cell line (MN9D) which expresses a dopaminergic phenotype. Purification of an isoamyl alcohol extract of this lysate and subsequent(More)
Lysates of X61, a striatal-derived cell line, and a partially purified preparation from the lysate (UF4) contain a factor(s) capable of increasing the dopamine content of a mesencephalic-derived dopaminergic cell line (MN9D) and of cultures containing primary dopaminergic neurons. Treatment of cultures containing dopaminergic primary neurons grown in the(More)
A factor obtained from an immortalized hybrid monoclonal cell line (X61) of striatal origin is capable of increasing the dopamine content of hybrid, monoclonal cells expressing a dopaminergic phenotype (MN9D) and of aggregate cultures containing primary dopaminergic neurons. The factor is a protein smaller than 100 kDa and appears to be different than a(More)
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