Intercellular communication and the control of growth: XI. Alteration of junctional permeability by thesrc gene in a revertant cell with normal cytoskeleton

@article{Azarnia1984IntercellularCA,
  title={Intercellular communication and the control of growth: XI. Alteration of junctional permeability by thesrc gene in a revertant cell with normal cytoskeleton},
  author={Roobik Azarnia and Werner R. Loewenstein},
  journal={The Journal of Membrane Biology},
  year={1984},
  volume={82},
  pages={207-212}
}
To learn whether the reduction of cell-to-cell communication in transformation is a possible primary effect of pp60src phosphorylation or secondary to a cytoskeletal alteration, we examined the junctional permeability in transformed cells with normal cytoskeleton. The permeability to fluorescentlabelled mono- and diglutamate was compared in clones of Faras' vole cells—clones transformed by Rous sarcoma virus and reverted from that transformation. One revertant clone (partial revertant), had the… CONTINUE READING

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