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|Title:||Quantitative studies of pinocytosis. I. Kinetics of uptake of (125I)polyvinylpyrrolidone by rat yolk sac cultured in vitro|
|Authors:||Williams, Kenneth E.|
Kidston, Elizabeth M.
Lloyd, John B.
|Publisher:||Rockefeller University Press|
|Citation:||The Journal of Cell Biology, 2003 vol. 64 no. 1 113-122|
|Abstract:||A method is described for the in vitro culture of 17.5-day rat visceral yolk sac. Tissue survival was good as judged by light and electron microscopy. The rate of pinocytic uptake of 125I-labeled polyvinylpyrrolidone by the tissue was constant both within and between experiments. Within the concentration range 0.15-24 mug/ml, the 125I-labeled polyvinylpyrrolidone neither stimulated nor inhibited pinocytosis. The system offers many advantages in the quantitative study of the physical basis of pinocytosis.|
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|Appears in Collections:||Published Articles, College of Medicine, Biological Sciences and Psychology|
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