Diurnal hormones and Hayflick limit

Edward Krug kruged at ESSEX.HSC.COLORADO.EDU
Fri Oct 21 01:46:19 EST 1994


	Dirunal hormone cycles are acknowledged to be important in ageing
of intact animals, but when "in vitro" cell doubling limits are discussed
the standard model is steady state medium composition.  Does anyone out
there know of any studies where the tissue culture media has been regulated
to mimic the normal "in vivo" hormonal pattern?

Edward C. Krug Ph.D.
Instructor
Campus Box B-168
Dept. of Infectious Diseases
Univ. of Colorado Health Sciences Center
4200 E. Nineth Ave.
Denver, Colorado, 80262
e-mail = kruged at essex.hsc.colorado.edu






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