Stimulation of DNA synthesis by prolactin in rabbit mammary tissue.

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The capacity of mammary gland tissue slices to incorporate PHJthymidine into DNA was studied at intervals after intraductal injection of prolactin. Prolactin markedly increased the rate of incorporation of thymidine into DNA (as extracted by HC1O4 or by sodium dodecyl sulphate). The increase in incorporation rate occurred within 6 h of prolactin injection… (More)

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@article{Bourne1974StimulationOD, title={Stimulation of DNA synthesis by prolactin in rabbit mammary tissue.}, author={Rachel Anne Bourne and Jack Bryant and Ian Falconer}, journal={Journal of cell science}, year={1974}, volume={14 1}, pages={105-11} }