Characterisation of Human Renal Embryonic Antigens by Monoclonal Antibodies
The importance of membrane and extra-membrane antigens as signals for growth, induction, morphogenesis and differentiation is now well documented. In the kidney, as in other organs, control of tissue differentiation can result in cell-cell interaction as well as interaction between cells and the extra-cellular matrix. Changes in extra cellular matrix protein are first seen, then conversion of undifferentiated mesenchymal-like cells into epithelial cells follows (Croisille, 1969; Ekblom et al., 1982; Ekblom et al., 1985).
KeywordsFormaldehyde Migration Acetone Carbohydrate Bromide
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