Tag: Regulation of growth

A possible role of permeability controls in regulation of cell division

A possible role of permeability controls in regulation of cell division

| March 22, 2015 | 0 Comments

In Biomembranes (Proceedings of an International Symposium, Ed. L Packer) (Academic Press, New York, 1974), pp.381-406.

Continue Reading

Some preliminary observations on the binding of urethan to DNA of several tissues of mice and rats

Some preliminary observations on the binding of urethan to DNA of several tissues of mice and rats

Indian Journal of Cancer, 1971, 8, 172-175.

Continue Reading

The effect of bacterial concentration on the uptake of labeled arginine and glucose by Escherichia coli

The effect of bacterial concentration on the uptake of labeled arginine and glucose by Escherichia coli

Journal of General Microbilogy, 1965, 40, 219-225.

Continue Reading

The comparative utilization of uracil-2-C14 by liver intestinal mucosa and Flexner-Joebling carcinoma in the rat

The comparative utilization of uracil-2-C14 by liver intestinal mucosa and Flexner-Joebling carcinoma in the rat

Cancer Research, 1957,17, 399-403.

Continue Reading

Studies on the structure of the skin protein bound compounds following topical application of 1,2,5,6-dibenzanthracene-9-10-C14,  PART II: nature of the 2-phenylphenanthrene-3’-dicarboxylic acid-protein bond

Studies on the structure of the skin protein bound compounds following topical application of 1,2,5,6-dibenzanthracene-9-10-C14, PART II: nature of the 2-phenylphenanthrene-3’-dicarboxylic acid-protein bond

Journal of the American Chemical Society, 1956, 78, 3671-3677.

Continue Reading

Studies on the structure of the skin protein-bound compound following topical application of 1,2,5,6-dibenzanthracene-9,10-C14 , PART I: 2-phenylphenanthrene 3, 2-dicarfboxylic acid, a degradation product

Studies on the structure of the skin protein-bound compound following topical application of 1,2,5,6-dibenzanthracene-9,10-C14 , PART I: 2-phenylphenanthrene 3, 2-dicarfboxylic acid, a degradation product

Journal of the American Chemical Society, 1955, 77, 1877-1886.

Continue Reading