Stimulatory, permeabilizing, and toxic effects of amphotericin B on L cells.


High concentrations of amphotericin B (AmB) killed mouse L cells, but low concentrations increased plating efficiency and stimulated the incorporation of labeled precursors into DNA and RNA. Thus, there were two disparate effects of AmB on L cells, stimulatory and toxic, and they occurred in distinct dose-related stages. AmB also affected the permeability… (More)


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