The recruitment into the cycling state of resting Yoshida AH 130 hepatoma cells was studied with respect to its dependence on respiration in an experimental system wherein the overall energy requirement for this recruitment can be supplied by the glycolytic ATP.

THE RESPIRATION-LINKED LIMITING STEP OF TUMOR CELL TRANSITION FROM THE NON-CYCLING TO THE CYCLING STATE: ITS INHIBITION BY OXIDIZABLE SUBSTRATES AND ITS RELATIONSHIPS TO PURINE METABOLISM / M. OLIVOTTO; R. CALDINI; M. CHEVANNE; M. CIPOLLESCHI. - In: JOURNAL OF CELLULAR PHYSIOLOGY. - ISSN 0021-9541. - STAMPA. - 116(1983), pp. 149-158. [10.1002/jcp.1041160205]

THE RESPIRATION-LINKED LIMITING STEP OF TUMOR CELL TRANSITION FROM THE NON-CYCLING TO THE CYCLING STATE: ITS INHIBITION BY OXIDIZABLE SUBSTRATES AND ITS RELATIONSHIPS TO PURINE METABOLISM.

OLIVOTTO, MASSIMO;CALDINI, RICCARDO;CHEVANNE, MARTA;CIPOLLESCHI, MARIA GRAZIA
1983

Abstract

The recruitment into the cycling state of resting Yoshida AH 130 hepatoma cells was studied with respect to its dependence on respiration in an experimental system wherein the overall energy requirement for this recruitment can be supplied by the glycolytic ATP.
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