Collagen-induced alterations in intercellular adhesion and antigen expression in retinoblastoma cells.

Abstract

Y79 human retinoblastoma cells, which typically grow as suspension cultures in vitro, show increased intercellular and cell-substratum adhesion, and form compact cellular aggregates when cultured on a collagen substratum. Concomitant with collagen-induced formation of compact cellular aggregates, is an increase in the binding of peanut lectin, especially at… (More)

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@article{TombranTink1989CollageninducedAI, title={Collagen-induced alterations in intercellular adhesion and antigen expression in retinoblastoma cells.}, author={Joyce Tombran-Tink and Lynt Johnson}, journal={Experimental eye research}, year={1989}, volume={48 4}, pages={549-59} }