Harlos in Different Sites in the Rat Differences in the Peripheries of Walker Cancer Cells Growing

@inproceedings{Weiss2006HarlosID,
  title={Harlos in Different Sites in the Rat Differences in the Peripheries of Walker Cancer Cells Growing},
  author={Leonard Weiss and James P. Harlos},
  year={2006}
}
Walker 256 cancer cells growing in the ascitic form and following direct injection in the livers and in s.c. sites in rats had significantly higher anodic electrophoretic mobilities than did cells derived from the same source but growing in kidneys and spleens. Following incubation with neuraminidase, the cancer cells from the kidneys and spleen lost significantly less net surface negativity than did cells growing in the other 3 sites. These kidneyand spleen-associated differences were not… CONTINUE READING