Reserpine-induced cell transformation without detectable genetic effects in Syrian hamster embryo cells in culture.

Abstract

Reserpine, a naturally occurring rauwolfia alkaloid, used mainly as an antihypertensive drug, was examined for its ability to induce cell transformation and genetic effects in Syrian hamster embryo (SHE) cells in culture. Treatment of SHE cells with 2 micrograms/ml of reserpine had no effect on cell growth, while 4 micrograms/ml of reserpine reduced the… (More)

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