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The role of monocytes in human lymphocyte activation by mitogens.
Studies were performed to determine the role of monocytes in human lymphocyte activation by mitogens. Velocity sedimentation at 1 x G in a new apparatus was utilized to obtain highly purifiedExpand
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Isolation of functionally different human monocytes by counterflow centrifugation elutriation.
Human peripheral blood monocytes were isolated by counterflow centrifugation elutriation (CCE). This technique was modified in such a way that various monocyte fractions (viability greater than 99%)Expand
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On the subunits of α-crystallin
α-Crystallin was isolated from total water-soluble lens extract by preparative zone electrophoresis on starch or Pevikon C870 blocks and purified by density gradient centrifugation and SephadexExpand
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Inhibition of the growth of malignant mouse lymphoid cells by selenodiglutathione and selenodicysteine
Abstract Intraperitoneal injections of selenodiglutathione (GSSeSG) or selenodicysteine (CySSeSCy) in mice, previously inoculated with tumor cells, inhibited tumor growth and increased the life spanExpand
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Inhibition of amino acid incorporation in a cell-free system and inhibition of protein synthesis in cultured cells by reaction products of selenite and thiols.
Reaction products of selenite with thiols were tested for an inhibitory effect on amino acid incorporation in a cell-free system derived from rat liver and on protein synthesis in intact P815 andExpand
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Differences in (Mg 2+ ) and (Ca 2+ ) dependence of amino acid incorporation by free and membrane-bound polyribosomes isolated from liver, and an effect of the hepatocarcinogen dimethylnitrosamine.
Abstract Free and membrane-bound polyribosomes were isolated from livers of normal rats and rats which had received a single intravenous injection of 50 mg dimethylnitrosamine (DMNA) per kg 5 hExpand
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The diameters of membrane vesicles fit in geometric series.
  • W. S. Bont
  • Medicine
  • Journal of theoretical biology
  • 7 October 1978
Abstract Vesicles formed in vitro by fragmentation of biomembranes are restricted to certain dimensions; the diameters are represented by two geometric series. The diameters of membrane vesiclesExpand
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A model for the lymphocyte production pathway in bone marrow.
  • W. S. Bont
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Journal of theoretical biology
  • 21 June 1982
Abstract Vesicular fragments of biomembranes either induced or present as vesicles inside cells, have diameters which fall into two geometric series. Cells with intact cytoskeletons can take up aExpand
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Splitting and recombination of α-crystallin
α-Crystallin, prepared by vertical starch block electrophoresis, has a sedimentation coefficient of 19 S (molecular weight 810,000) and appears to be built up from small subunits. At pH 7.2 a ratherExpand
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An apparatus for preparative polyacrylamide electrophoresis: the isolation of a ribonuclease inhibitor.
Abstract A postmicrosomal supernatant from rat liver, containing an inhibitor of ribonuclease, was prepared. The inhibitor was concentrated in a “pH 5” supernatant. The partially purified inhibitorExpand
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