Selective Destruction of Human Leukemic Cells by Alkyl-lysophospholipids 1

The effect of synthetic lysophospholipid analogs on the proliferation of human leukemic cells was studied in vitro. Cells from patients with various forms of leukemia were cultivated in the presence of nine different but chemically closely related lysophospholipids. Alkyl-lysophospholipid analogs were found to cause progressive killing of the leukemic cells… CONTINUE READING

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