Sample records for 形态变化 (morphological changes)
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Toxin from the culture filtrate of Shigella dysenteriae that causes morphological changes in Chinese hamster ovary cells and is distinct from the neurotoxin.

Takeda, Y; Miwatani, T; Okamoto, K

A toxin that causes morphological changes in Chinese hamster ovary cells was isolated from a culture filtrate of Shigella dysenteriae 1. It was partially purified by successive column chromatography on diethylaminoethyl-cellulose, Bio-Gel A-5m, and hydroxylapatite. The toxin was separated from neuro...

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Role of the A subunit of pertussis toxin in alteration of Chinese hamster ovary cell morphology.

Burns, D L; Manclark, C R; Kenimer, J G

The mechanism by which pertussis toxin induces morphological changes in Chinese hamster ovary cells was studied to determine whether the resulting clustered growth pattern is due to toxin-catalyzed ADP-ribosylation of a cellular substrate. While pertussis toxin was extremely potent in inducing morph...

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On Microvascular Inflammation and Intestinal Leakage in Radiation Enteropathy

Röme, Andrada

Gastrointestinal tract damage is an insidious feature in patients undergoing radiotherapy. Microvascular inflammation, including leukocyte and platelet recruitment as well as epithelial barrier dysfunction, are considered to constitute key components in the pathophysiology of radiation-induced enter...

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Mitomycin C stimulates production of a toxin in Shigella species that causes morphological changes in Chinese hamster ovary cells.

Takeda, Y; Miwatani, T; Okamoto, K

Shigella dysenteriae produced a toxin that caused morphological changes in Chinese hamster ovary cells which was different from the neurotoxin (Y. Takeda, K. Okamoto, and T. Miwatani, Infect. Immun. 18:546--548, 1977). It was found that the toxin was produced not only by S. dysenteriae but also by S...

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Isolation of a factor causing morphological changes of chinese hamster ovary cells from the culture filtrate of Vibrio parahaemolyticus.

Miwatani, T; Honda, T; Takeda, Y; Shimizu, M

A factor changing Chinese hamster ovary cells from an oval to a spindle shape was isolated from the culture filtrate of Vibrio parahaemolyticus. It was partially purified by successive column chromatographies on diethylaminoethylcellulose, diethylaminoethyl-Sephadex A-25, hydroxylapatite, and Sephad...

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Heterotopic expression of MPF2 is the key to the evolution of the Chinese lantern of Physalis, a morphological novelty in Solanaceae

He, Chaoying; Saedler, Heinz

Morphological novelties arise through changes in development, but the underlying causes of such changes are largely unknown. In the genus Physalis, sepals resume growth after pollination to encapsulate the mature fruit, forming the “Chinese lantern,” a trait also termed inflated-calyx syndrome (ICS)...

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Further Changes in Differentiation State Accompanying the Conversion of Chinese Hamster Cells to Fibroblastic Form by Dibutyryl Adenosine Cyclic 3′:5′-Monophosphate and Hormones

Hsie, Abraham W.; Puck, Theodore T.; Jones, Carol

The morphological conversion in vitro of Chinese hamster ovary cells to a fibroblast form by a relatively large amount of dibutyryl adenosine cyclic 3′:5′-monophosphate, or by a combination of small amounts of this compound and testosterone, is attended by appearance of the following additional prop...

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