Action of Beryllium Ions on Primary Cultures of Swine Cells

@article{Talluri1967ActionOB,
  title={Action of Beryllium Ions on Primary Cultures of Swine Cells},
  author={Maria Vegni Talluri and Viviana Guiggiani},
  journal={Caryologia},
  year={1967},
  volume={20},
  pages={355-367}
}
SUMMARYIn cells cultured in vitro Beryllium exerts a damaging action on all the mitotic phases. In high concentrations (1×10–3M) such action is stronger on lymphocytes than on kidney cells.The mitotic index as well as mitotic morphology is impaired. The abnormalities are mainly stickiness, anaphasic bridges and migration of undivided chromosomes. No action on the achromatic spindle was observed.With the employed technique many chromatids breakages are also obtained; these do not appear to be… 

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