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Estrogen enhances EGF stimulation of the percent mammary epithelial cells entering S-phase


, : Estrogen enhances EGF stimulation of the percent mammary epithelial cells entering S-phase. Journal of Dairy Science 75(Supplement 1): 292

Synergism between oestrogen (E2) and epidermal growth factor (EGF) in stimulation of normal murine mammary gland (NMuMG) epithelial cell incorporation of superscript 3H-thymidine has been previously observed. Autoradiography of NMuMG cells was performed to estimate differences in the number of cells entering the S-phase of the cell cycle due to E2 and/or EGF stimulation.

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