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Título : Nocleolar Reorganization: Stress and Tissues-type Independent Cellular Response
Autor : Strauss, Mirian
Maita, Rosa
Alvarez, Marco
Porras, Noraydis
Rada, Alegna
Palabras clave : Nucleolar reorganization
Stress independent
Tissues-Type independent
Cellular response
Fecha de publicación : 7-Jun-2004
Editorial : Proceedings 8th Asia-Pacific Conference on Electron Microscopy
Citación : Paper Number;28173
Resumen : Ultrastructural nucleolar reorganization induced by toxic and thermal stress in different experimental models are studied. Adriamycin-treated cardiac and skeletal cell in vivo as well as embryonic chick heart cells in vitro and thermal stressed human hepatoma cell line showed compact nucleoli, distinct signs of nucleolar alteration and segregation, including a ring-like arrangement of nucleolar components. Stress may cause dynamic and nonpermanent changes in the nucleolus which might represent a tissues-type and stress-type independent cellular mechanism that needs to be determined
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