Effects of hyperthermia (41.5 degrees) on Chinese hamster ovary cells analyzed in motisis.

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The mitotic cells from an asynchronous population of Chinese hamster ovary cells exposed to 41.5 degrees for 7 hr were examined by light and electron microscopy to determine if there were any morphological abnormalities related to cell death or lengthening of metaphase induced by hyperthermia. All components of the mitotic apparatus were formed during… (More)

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@article{Coss1979EffectsOH, title={Effects of hyperthermia (41.5 degrees) on Chinese hamster ovary cells analyzed in motisis.}, author={Ronald Allen Coss and William C. Dewey and James R. Bamburg}, journal={Cancer research}, year={1979}, volume={39 6 Pt 1}, pages={1911-8} }