Anderton, Laura

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A system for studying the effect of vitamin A on ³H-Uridine uptake and incorporation in cell line I-407 1975 67 Vitamin A has been found to be involved in the morphological differentiation of epithelial tissue and to play a role in carcinogenesis in certain instances. Recently, the vitamin has been reported to stimulate RNA synthesis in intestinal epithelial t...
Effects of estrogen on the morphology of human chromosomes and on the mitotic rate of chromosomes in vitro 1967 3 An investigation was made to determine the effect of the natural estrogen estrone, in varying concentrations and over varying periods of time, on the chromosomes of human female peripheral blood lymphocytes in vitro. All experiments were carried out ...
The effects of estradiol-3, 17b on embryonic hamster kidney cells in vitro 1965 2 Animals and plants possessing organs are distinguished from other cellular forms of life in having their biochemical processes regulated by hormonal control mechanisms, in addition to the fundamental principles of regulation within the cell itself. H...
In vitro effects of thyroxine on the chromosomes of human lymphocytes 1967 2 Thyroxine, as one of the principle hormones of the thyroid gland, plays a primary role in human growth and development, as evidenced by the plethora of molecular processes with which it has been linked. Tapley (1964) reports that it causes an increas...
Effects of suboptimal temperature on cell division in human lymphocytes in vitro 1968 3 Studies were conducted on human lymphocytes in vitro aimed at ultimately defining the mechanism by which exposure to suboptimal temperature acts on cell division. Even though various effects of "cold" have been observed by several investigators, the ...
A cytogenetic investigation of selected children with birth defects 1969 2 Cytogenetic investigation of 46 selected children with birth defects was carried out by culture of peripheral leukocytes to determine (1) whether a chromosomal anomaly could be demonstrated, (2) the correlation between karyotype and phenotype, and (3...
A developmental study of regeneration in Dugesia tigrina 1969 3 This study was undertaken to determine the source of cells used to regenerate lost body parts in Duqesia tiqrina. Decapitated flatworms were treated with colchicine to arrest cell division after the worms had regenerated for 24, 48, 72, 96, and 120 h...
A pilot study of the visible effects of estradiol on human intestinal cells in tissue culture 1971 3 The purpose of this tissue culture study was to determine whether physiological levels of the steroid 17-B - estradiol would stimulate visible changes in morphology or growth of adult human fibroblastic cells derived from the large intestine, a non-t...
The effect of 17 B-estradiol and vitamin A on the proliferation of the cell line I-407 1974 3 Cultured intestinal epithelial cells (I-407) and standard tissue culture techniques were used to study the following: a) the necessity of changing culture medium the day following subculture; b) the normal growth curve of an early and older passage o...
A comparison of the cytogenetic, clinical, and immunologic aspects of four "chromosome breakage syndromes" : ataxia telangiectasia, Bloom's syndrome, Fanconi's anemia and xeroderma pigmentosum 1977 2 Some rare autosomal recessive diseases of humans have been reported to have in common a high frequency of spontaneous chromosome aberrations, developmental abnormalities, and a predisposition to malignancy. The three diseases most frequently mentione...
The early effects of cortisol on 3H-uridine and 14C-leucine uptake and incorporation in cell line I-407 1977 4 The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of cortisol on uridine and leucine metabolism in cell line 1-407. Experiments were performed to determine the early effects of cortisol on the cells. Monolayered cell cultures were exposed to co...