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E D Salmon et al.
The Journal of cell biology, 99(3), 1066-1075 (1984-09-01)
At metaphase, the amount of tubulin assembled into spindle microtubules is relatively constant; the rate of tubulin association equals the rate of dissociation. To measure the intrinsic rate of dissociation, we microinjected high concentrations of colchicine, or its derivative colcemid
E Bonfoco et al.
Experimental cell research, 218(1), 189-200 (1995-05-01)
Exposure to 1 microM colchicine, a microtubule disrupting agent, triggered apoptosis in rat cerebellar granule cells (CGC). Apoptotic nuclei began to appear after 12 h followed by oligonucleosomal DNA laddering, whereas inhibition of the mitochondrial 3-(4,5-dimethylthiazol-2-yl)-2,5-diphenyltetrazoliumbromide metabolism became significant between
M F Leung et al.
Leukemia research, 16(9), 929-935 (1992-09-01)
We and others have previously shown that microtubules (MT) are stained more intensely and are organized differently in differentiating leukemia cells. To study the effects of the MT disrupting drugs, colchicine (Coln) and vincristine (VCR), on the maturation process, HL-60
L Lindenboim et al.
Journal of neurochemistry, 64(3), 1054-1063 (1995-03-01)
Pheochromocytoma (PC12) cells have been shown to undergo apoptosis (programmed cell death) when deprived of serum and to be rescued by nerve growth factor, fibroblast growth factor, dibutyryl cyclic AMP, aurintricarboxylic acid, or exogenous expression of bcl-2. We show here
L Santell et al.
Experimental cell research, 201(2), 358-365 (1992-08-01)
The expression of certain proteolytic enzymes involved in cell migration (collagenase, urokinase) can be enhanced by the disruption of cellular cytoskeletal organization, suggesting an association between cell shape and gene expression. We have examined the effect of cytoskeleton-disrupting agents on
Nicholas W Chavkin et al.
Journal of vascular research, 58(1), 49-57 (2020-10-07)
The neonatal mouse retinal vascularization model has been widely used in the vascular biology field to investigate mechanisms of angiogenesis and arterial-venous fate specification during blood vessel formation and maturation. Recent advances in next-generation sequencing can further elucidate mechanisms of
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