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The embryonal histone effect on redox enzyme activity in in vitro tumor cell cultures


, : The embryonal histone effect on redox enzyme activity in in vitro tumor cell cultures. Vyestsi Akademii Navuk BSSR Syeryya Biyalahichnykh Navuk (1): 83-87

The influence of histones isolated from 5- and 9-day chicken embryos on the redox enzyme activity in tumor cell cultures was histochemically studied. Enzyme activity was dependent on the histone concentration and the age of chicken embryos from which they were isolated.


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