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An assessment of the effects of hormones on short term organ cultures of human breast carcinomata.

Beeby DI, Easty GC, Gazet JC, Grigor K, Neville AM - Br. J. Cancer (1975)

Bottom Line: Twenty-eight mammary carcinomata were maintained in organ culture in the presence of various hormones.The effects of the hormones have been assessed histologically by estimation of total dehydrogenases activity of the pentose glycolytic pathway and by the incorporation of tritiated thymidine or uridine into DNA or RNA.No significant effects on tumour cell activity due to hormones have been observed.

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Twenty-eight mammary carcinomata were maintained in organ culture in the presence of various hormones. The effects of the hormones have been assessed histologically by estimation of total dehydrogenases activity of the pentose glycolytic pathway and by the incorporation of tritiated thymidine or uridine into DNA or RNA. No significant effects on tumour cell activity due to hormones have been observed.

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An assessment of the effects of hormones on short term organ cultures of human breast carcinomata.

Beeby DI, Easty GC, Gazet JC, Grigor K, Neville AM - Br. J. Cancer (1975)

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Bottom Line: Twenty-eight mammary carcinomata were maintained in organ culture in the presence of various hormones.The effects of the hormones have been assessed histologically by estimation of total dehydrogenases activity of the pentose glycolytic pathway and by the incorporation of tritiated thymidine or uridine into DNA or RNA.No significant effects on tumour cell activity due to hormones have been observed.

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ABSTRACT
Twenty-eight mammary carcinomata were maintained in organ culture in the presence of various hormones. The effects of the hormones have been assessed histologically by estimation of total dehydrogenases activity of the pentose glycolytic pathway and by the incorporation of tritiated thymidine or uridine into DNA or RNA. No significant effects on tumour cell activity due to hormones have been observed.

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