Loss of radioactivity from labeled DNA of primary human amnion cells.
- Published Article
Science (New York, N.Y.)
- Publication Date
Mar 22, 1963
Primary human amnion cultures labeled with glycine-2-C(14) or thymidine-2-C(14) released more radioactivity into the media than could be accounted for by cell replacement. This is interpreted as degradation of acid-insoluble polydeoxynucleotides in a living human cell.
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