Studies on Metabolic Cooperation Using Different Types of Normal and Hypoxanthine-Guanine Phosphoribosyltransferase (HG-PRT) Deficient Cells
The experiments reported in this paper were designed to test one of several possible mechanisms that may underly the phenomenon of metabolic cooperation between normal and HG-PRT deficient cells, namely transfer of some intermediate of the purine metabolism from cell to cell.
KeywordsDeficient Cell Purine Metabolism Radioactive Label Normal Lymphocyte Cell Membrane Fraction
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