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In vitro growth promotion in human malignant melanoma cells by fibroblast growth factor.

Richmond A, Lawson DH, Nixon DW, Stevens JS, Chawla RK
Cancer Res. 1982 42 (8): 3175-80

PMID: 6212117

Bovine pituitary fibroblast growth factor (FGF) stimulates the incorporation of [3H]thymidine into DNA in serum-depleted cultures of some but not other human melanoma cells. The melanotic malignant melanoma cell line MIRW exhibited a 40% increase in [3H]thymidine incorporation into DNA and a 48% increase in cell number in response to 3.73 x 10(-9) M FGF. This same concentration of FGF produced a 22% increase in [3H]thymidine incorporation in the melanotic melanoma cell line Hs0294. However, FGF had no effect on the amelanotic melanoma cell line Hs0675, early-passage cultures of a human amelanotic melanoma (W-1), or early-passage cultures of a congenital nevus (N-1).

MeSH Terms (10)

Cell Division Cell Line DNA, Neoplasm DNA Replication Fibroblast Growth Factors Humans Kinetics Melanoma Mitogens Peptides

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