In vio replication and antimetabolite incorporation by coexistent normal and autogenous tumor cells.

Abstract

PREVIOUS studies in this laboratory have suggested that the relative sensitivities of coexistent normal and tumour cell populations to cytotoxin, are deternlined by their respective replication kinetics (Hoffman and Post, 1966). Thus the carcinogen-induced polyploid rodent heptoma cells had longer generation and DNA synthesis times than did normal diploid… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/bjc.1968.21

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@article{Post1968InVR, title={In vio replication and antimetabolite incorporation by coexistent normal and autogenous tumor cells.}, author={J. Post and J. Hoffman}, journal={British Journal of Cancer}, year={1968}, volume={22}, pages={149 - 154} }