The G401 cell line, utilized for studies of chromosomal changes in Wilms' tumor, is derived from a rhabdoid tumor of the kidney.

@article{Garvin1993TheGC,
  title={The G401 cell line, utilized for studies of chromosomal changes in Wilms' tumor, is derived from a rhabdoid tumor of the kidney.},
  author={Abbott Julian Garvin and Gian G. Re and Betty Tarnowski and Debra J. Hazen-Martin and Donald A Sens},
  journal={The American journal of pathology},
  year={1993},
  volume={142 2},
  pages={375-80}
}
The histology, ultrastructure, and messenger RNA expression of heterotransplants derived from the G401 cell line (American Type Culture Collection) have been characterized by comparison with Wilms' and rhabdoid tumors of the kidney. This analysis illustrates that the properties of G401 heterotransplant were consistent with a rhabdoid phenotype rather than that of a Wilms' tumor. The G401 cell line has been utilized in recent experiments to demonstrate the central role of chromosome 11 in Wilms… CONTINUE READING

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