Vital cell labelling for the detection of invasive growth in the chick embryo skin invasion assay.

Abstract

Of the various in vitro invasion assays described, only a few use tissues as substrates, for example, the chick heart fragment assay and the chick embryo skin (CES) invasion assay (Noguchi et al., 1978). We have improved culture conditions for the CES invasion assay (Schlage, 1989). A suspension of neoplastically transformed cells is incubated on an… (More)

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@article{Schlage1999VitalCL, title={Vital cell labelling for the detection of invasive growth in the chick embryo skin invasion assay.}, author={Walter K. Schlage and H B{\"u}lles and B Kurkowsky}, journal={Toxicology in vitro : an international journal published in association with BIBRA}, year={1999}, volume={13 4-5}, pages={599-604} }