Properties of peroxisomes and their induction by clofibrate in normal adult rat hepatocytes in primary culture

@article{Furukawa1984PropertiesOP,
  title={Properties of peroxisomes and their induction by clofibrate in normal adult rat hepatocytes in primary culture},
  author={Kazunori Furukawa and Yohichi Mochizuki and Norimasa Sawada},
  journal={In Vitro},
  year={1984},
  volume={20},
  pages={573-584}
}
Alterations in peroxisomes and catalase activity and their responsiveness to clofibrate in adult rat hepatocytes in primary culture were investigated. The numbers of peroxisomes with and without crystalloid nucleoids per unit cytoplasmic area were preserved in cultured hepatocytes for 2 d after seeding at a level comparable to that of freshly isolated hepatocytes. At Day 3 in culture, the number of anucleoid peroxisomes was reduced in untreated hepatocytes, accompanied by more significant… CONTINUE READING

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