Presence of Glycogen and Growth-related Variations in 58 Cultured Human Tumor Cell Lines of Various Tissue Origins1


The present study was undertaken to investigate whether the unusual accumulation of glycogen and its relationship to the process of cell growth, already shown in human colon tumor cell lines, also applied to malignant cell lines originating from other tissues. The glycogen content was measured during the exponential phase of growth in culture of 58 human… (More)


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