Changes in the behaviour of teratocarcinoma cells cultivated in vitro


MOUSE teratocarcinoma cells have been recognised as important material for studying in vitro the processes of determination and differentiation that take place during normal embryogenesis1,2. But in order for the system to be exploited maximally, it must be possible to manipulate at will the differentiation of mass cultures of pluripotent cells into… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/263136a0


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