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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||Growth And Differentiation Of Vero Cells Cultivated In Three-dimensional Type 1 Collagen.|
|Abstract:||Vero cells grown in a three-dimensional arrangement of type 1 collagen were phenotypically altered. Such alterations consisted of variations in cellular form and reactivity to toluidine blue. After 22 days of incubation the Vero cells formed three-dimensional arrangements in both tubular form and cellular mass. A reduction in the collagenous substrate was observed in the culture and the alteration noted in the birefringence of the extracellular matrix was attributed to enzymatic action. This model demonstrates a good in vitro system for the study of collagenase activation and for in vitro tests with collagen.|
|Citation:||Cytobios. , v. 67, n. 269, p. 101 - 109, 1991.|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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