Modulation of intercellular adherens-type junctions and tyrosine phosphorylation of their components in RSV-transformed cultured chick lens cells.

@article{Volberg1991ModulationOI,
  title={Modulation of intercellular adherens-type junctions and tyrosine phosphorylation of their components in RSV-transformed cultured chick lens cells.},
  author={Tova Volberg and Benjamin Geiger and Rinat Dror and Yehiel Zick},
  journal={Cell regulation},
  year={1991},
  volume={2 2},
  pages={
          105-20
        }
}
Transformation of cultured chick lens epithelial cells with a temperature-sensitive mutant of Rous sarcoma virus (tsRSV) leads to radical changes in cell shape and interactions. When cultured at the restrictive temperature (42 degrees C), the transformed cells largely retained epithelial morphology and intercellular adherens junctions (AJ), whereas on switch to the permissive temperature (37 degrees C) they rapidly became fibroblastoid, their AJ deteriorated, and cell adhesion molecules (A-CAM… CONTINUE READING
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