V. I. Chizhevskaya

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A line of human embryonic fibroblasts, transformed by Rous sarcoma virus (Schmidt-Ruppin strain) contained and produced Rous virus, as was shown by the complement fixation and immunofluorescent tests, by electron-microscopic investigation, and by the presence of an isotope peak in a sucrose gradient. By its biological properties the synthesized virus(More)
Yu. A. Petrovich and D. V. Gutkin, Patol. Fiziol., 5, 85 (1986). M. D. Podil'chak, Clinical Enzymology [in Russian], Kiev (1967), pp. 90-97. F. E. Putilina, Methods of Biochemical Investigation [in Russian], Leningrad (1982), pp. 183-187. I. D. Stal'naya, Modern Methods in Biochemistry [in Russian], Moscow (1977), pp. 62-68. G. Bellomo, F. Mirabelli, P.(More)
The endocrine cell population of the mammalian pancreas is formed during embryonic development by proliferation and differentiation of precursor cells located in the epithelium of the pancreatic ducts [3]. In adult animals the endocrine part of the pancreas in renewed by multiplication of certain cells of the ducts and undifferentiated islet cells [4]. The(More)
In the human fibroblasts culture, transformed by the material from malignant paraganglioma culture, there was found the RNA- and DNA containing virus synthesis. The RNA-containing virus with a buoyant density of 1.16--1.18 g/ml shows no hemagglutinating activity, it fails to infect newborn Syrian hamsters, and produces no transformation-destruction changes(More)
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