Synthesis of sulfated proteoglycans throughout the cell cycle in smooth muscle cells from pig aorta.

@article{Breton1986SynthesisOS,
  title={Synthesis of sulfated proteoglycans throughout the cell cycle in smooth muscle cells from pig aorta.},
  author={Monique Breton and Eliane Berrou and M. C. Brahimi-Horn and Elisabeth Deudon and J F Picard},
  journal={Experimental cell research},
  year={1986},
  volume={166 2},
  pages={416-26}
}
Cultured smooth muscle cells from pig aorta arrested in G0 phase by serum deprivation were stimulated to proliferate by replacing the medium with one containing 10% serum. Studies in DNA replication and proliferation of cells showed a relatively good synchrony: 90% of the cells were in G1 phase for 16 h after addition of serum; they entered S phase between 18 and 24 h, completed S phase and traversed G2 phase between 24 and 30-32 h; 75% of these cells multiplied after 30-32 h and the remainder… CONTINUE READING