The methods in Volumes 189 and 190 apply to the use of retinoids in basic research in molecular, cellular, and development biology and in clinical medicine.
Biochemists, nutritionists, molecular biologists, cell biologists, pharmacologists, toxicologists, oncologists, and immunologists.
A.M. Timmers and W.J. De Grip, Analysis of Visual Cycle by Short-Term Incubation of Isolated Retinal Pigment Epithelium Cells.
G.J. Giudice and E. Fuchs, Vitamin A-Mediated Regulation of Keratinocyte Differentiation.
M. Ponec and A. Weerheim, Retinoids and Lipid changes in the Keratinocytes.
A.M. Jetten, M.A. George, and J.I. Rearick, Down-Regulation of Squamous Cell-Specific Markers by Retinoids: Transglutaminase Type I and Cholesterol Sulfotransferase.
H.F.J. Hendriks, A. Brouwer, and D.L. Knook, Isolation, Purification, and Characterization of Liver Cell Types.
R. Blomhoff and T. Berg, Isolation and Cultivation of Hepatic Stellate Cells.
A.F. Karl and M.D. Griswold, Sertoli Cells of the Testis: Preparation of Cell Cultures and Effects of Retinoids.
L.M. Milstone, Measurement of Retinoid Effects on Epidermal Renewal.
L.M. De Luca, S. Adamo, and S. Kato, Retinoids and Cell Adhesion. L.M. De Luca, D.R. Roop, and F.L. Huang, Retinoids and Cell Adhesion.
R. Lotan, D. Lotan, P.G. Sacks, Inhibition of Tumor Cell Growth by Retinoids.
A.L. Darrow, R.J. Rickles, and S. Strickland, Maintenance and Use of F9 Teratocarcinoma Cells.
T.R. Breitman, Studies of Growth and Differentiation of the Human Myeloid Leukemia Cell Line HL60.
L.J. Gudas, Assays for Expression of Genes Regulated by Retinoic Acid in Murine Teratocarcinoma Cell Lines.
S.-L. Fong and C.D.B. Bridges, Retinoid-Binding Proteins in Retinoblastoma Cells.
J.F. Grippo and M.I. Sherman, Analysis of Role of Retinoid-Binding Proteins in Embryonal Carcinoma Cells.<
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