Production of Growth Factors by Rat Pleural Mesothelial Cells In Vivo or In Vitro Transformed by Chrysotile Fibers
Mesothelial cells are target cells in asbestos-related carcinogenesis. Chrysotile fibers are known to induce mesothelioma in vivo (Wagner et al. 1969; Monchaux et al. 1981) and mesothelial cell transformation in vitro (Paterour et al. 1985).
KeywordsEpidermal Growth Factor Conditioned Medium Platelet Derive Growth Factor Mesothelial Cell Chrysotile Asbestos
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