Diurnal rhythm of cell division in tissue cultures

  • N. I. Zaskal'ko
Experimental Biology


Mitotic activity of cells was studied in five 24-hour cultures of monkey kidney and in three 24-hour cultures of HeLa strains. The cultures were fixated at an interval of 3 hours (in some experimental series-6 hours) for 24 hours. There were no changes of a regular nature indicative of the presence of the 24-hour mitotic rhythm in the mentioned cultures.


Public Health Tissue Culture Cell Division Mitotic Activity Diurnal Rhythm 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • N. I. Zaskal'ko
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  1. 1.Laboratory of Experimental HistologyInstitute of Experimental Medicine of the AMN SSSRLeningrad

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