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Genes for neuronal properties expressed in neuroblastoma x L cell hybrids

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America

Jan 1, 1971

J MinnaM Nirenberg

PMID: 5276295

Abstract

Neuroblastoma cells with electrically excitable membranes were fused with electrically passive L cells having a hitherto undescribed electrical marker. Hybrid cells, examined 10-40 generations after fusion, were found to be electrically excitable. The results show that at least a part o...read more

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Neuron Differentiation
Tissue Membrane
Central Neuroblastoma
Resting Potentials
Neurons
Potassium
Hybridization, Intraspecies
Cell Differentiation Process
Neuroblastoma
Hybrids
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Genes for neuronal properties expressed in neuroblastoma x L cell hybrids

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America

Jan 1, 1971

J MinnaM Nirenberg

PMID: 5276295

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Abstract

Neuroblastoma cells with electrically excitable membranes were fused with electrically passive L cells having a hitherto undescribed electrical marker. Hybrid cells, examined 10-40 generations after fusion, were found to be electrically excitable. The results show that at least a part o...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Neuron Differentiation
Tissue Membrane
Central Neuroblastoma
Resting Potentials
Neurons
Potassium
Hybridization, Intraspecies
Cell Differentiation Process
Neuroblastoma
Hybrids

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