Metabolic behaviour of nonhistone chromosomal proteins in proliferating and in resting fibroblasts.

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The metabolism of nonhistone chromosomal proteins was studied in two lines of cells showing a different degree of contact inhibition: human diploid fibroblasts, which are easily contact-inhibited, and Chinese hamster fibroblasts, which had been made to stop proliferating by fasting. By following the 3H414C ratio of [3H]tryptophan-labelled nonhistone… (More)

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@article{Djondjurov1977MetabolicBO, title={Metabolic behaviour of nonhistone chromosomal proteins in proliferating and in resting fibroblasts.}, author={Lalio Djondjurov and Evilina Ivanova and R. Tsanev}, journal={European journal of biochemistry}, year={1977}, volume={77 3}, pages={545-53} }