Immunological, biochemical, ultrastructural, and electrophysiological characteristics of a human glioblastoma-derived cell culture line.

@article{Black1982ImmunologicalBU,
  title={Immunological, biochemical, ultrastructural, and electrophysiological characteristics of a human glioblastoma-derived cell culture line.},
  author={Peter Mcl Black and Paul L. Kornblith and Peter F. Davison and Theodore M. Liszczak and L P Merk and Barry H. Smith and Paul E Mckeever and E. A. Quindlen},
  journal={Journal of neurosurgery},
  year={1982},
  volume={56 1},
  pages={62-72}
}
This report presents the results of a study using multiple techniques of the established human cell line, LM, which has been developed in culture medium from a patient with a right temporoparietal glioblastoma. This cell line has human subtetraploid karyotype and has several features of a transformed line in culture. These include continuous propagation for 10 years, ability to form tumor nodules when transplanted into immunologically suppressed hamsters, and pleomorphic appearance… CONTINUE READING