Response of malignant and nonmalignant epidermal cell lines to tunicamycin

@article{Brysk2004ResponseOM,
  title={Response of malignant and nonmalignant epidermal cell lines to tunicamycin},
  author={Miriam M. Brysk and Joanne Miller and Shu-Jen Chen and Peter C. Moller and Robert W. Stach},
  journal={Cell and Tissue Research},
  year={2004},
  volume={245},
  pages={215-221}
}
SummaryExposure of fibroblasts to tunicamycin has been found to be cytotoxic for transformed cells, but not for nontransformed cells. With two mouse epidermal cell lines of common origin, we observe a contrary pattern: The malignant cells are more resistant to tunicamycin than their nonmalignant counterparts, as measured by growth and viability. With respect to the glycosylation of sugar precursors, the incorporation of mannose is more inhibited than that of glucosamine, while fucose is least… Expand

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