Padawer, Jacques
October 1961
Angiology;Oct1961, Vol. 12 Issue 10, p538
Academic Journal
Investigates the autoradiography of mast cells incubated with tritiated histidine, cytidine or thymidine. Increase in labeling of nonmast elements due to the functioning of pyridoxal phosphate in the penetration of amino acids into cells; Regeneration of the tissue mast cell; Mode of transport of amino acids into cells; Effects of colchicine and related substances on the morphology of peritoneal mast cells.


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