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The mitogenic effect of the preparation p on lingual epithelial cells


, : The mitogenic effect of the preparation p on lingual epithelial cells. Biologicheskie Nauki (Moscow) (12): 52-55

Substance P (10 and 100 ng/ml) stimulates the proliferation of basal cells from rat's tongue epithelium in primary cultures with 2,5% fetal calf serum. In serum-free medium substance P have no effect on the epithelial cell growth. This neuropeptide secreted by afferent nerve fibers of the tongue epithelium is suggested to have a neurotrophic influence on epithelial cells controlling their proliferation.

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