Corpus ID: 39981867

Reestablishment of a mucociliary epithelium in tracheal organ cultures exposed to retinyl acetate: a biochemical and morphometric study.

@article{Clark1980ReestablishmentOA,
  title={Reestablishment of a mucociliary epithelium in tracheal organ cultures exposed to retinyl acetate: a biochemical and morphometric study.},
  author={J. Clark and A. Klein-Szanto and A. Pine and K. Stephenson and A. Marchok},
  journal={European journal of cell biology},
  year={1980},
  volume={21 3},
  pages={
          261-8
        }
}
Tracheal explants derived from vitamin A-deficient rats underwent keratinizine squamous metaplasia in organ culture when grown in serum-free medium. Within 1 d after the addition of 0.1, 2, or 10 microgram retinyl acetate per ml of medium, there was a concentration-dependent increase in the uptake of [3H]glucosamine and [14C]serine into both the total mucous glycoprotein and the principal purified mucin fraction eluted from a DEAE-Sephacel column with 0.2 M NaCl. The stimulation of mucin… Expand
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