[Fibroblasts in normal and pathological terminal differentiation, aging, apoptosis and transformation].

@article{Bayreuther1995FibroblastsIN,
  title={[Fibroblasts in normal and pathological terminal differentiation, aging, apoptosis and transformation].},
  author={Klaus Bayreuther and P I Francz and Hans Peter Rodemann},
  journal={Ontogenez},
  year={1995},
  volume={26 1},
  pages={22-37}
}
Fibroblast populations have been dealt with like homogeneous non-differentiating cell populations until nowadays. Such undefined fibroblast populations have been predominant cell systems for qualitative and/or quantitative studies in general cell biology, biochemistry and virology, and more specialized issues like differentiation, aging, apoptosis and transformation. Most data obtained from such investigations are inconsistent to such an extent that many scientists consider the fibroblast cell… CONTINUE READING