Effects of dipyridamole (Persantin R) on morphology and motility of mouse embryo cells.
- Published Article
Cell biology international reports
- Publication Date
Apr 01, 1983
DPD inactivates the edges of cultured mouse embryo cells. Pseudopodal activity is inhibited and spreading is reduced. Concomitantly, the growth rate of the cells is reduced. The interference reflection image shows very large close contacts under DPD treated cells. The translocation speed of the cells is unaffected. DPD penetrates into the cytoplasm, but less or not into the nucleus.
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