Pressure Effects on Survival of Mice with Transplantable Leukaemia

Abstract

EXTERNALLY applied pressures have been shown to inhibit cell division in vitro1–6 and to inhibit the growth of transplanted and spontaneous solid tumours in mice7,8. It has been proposed that animal cells have internal pressure gradients which are susceptible to external pressures9. The experiments reported in this paper were designed to study the effects… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/218098a0

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