Cell Culture and its Application by Ronald T. Acton

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The signal, as in other systems where expression of differ- entiated function is triggered, appears to act through modulation of cyclic AMP levels. There is much evidence that cyclic nucleo- tides, in turn, function by regulating the activity of protein Phosphokinase. , 1976). ) biochemical events, some- times requiring cell division, occur when commitment to differentiation is induced in more pluripotent cells. REFERENCES 1. , Bourne, H. , Insel, P. , Melmon, K. L. and Tomkins G. M. In Recent Progress in Hormone Research CR.

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