Friend murine erythroleukaemia cells


Friend murine erythroleukaemia cells
Lines of mouse erythroblasts transformed by the Friend virus, that can be induced to differentiate terminally, producing haemoglobin, by various agents such as dimethyl sulphoxide.

Dictionary of molecular biology. 2004.

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  • erythroleukaemic cell — Abnormal precursor (virally transformed) of mouse erythrocytes that can be grown in culture and induced to differentiate by treatment with, for example, DMSO. See Friend murine erythroleukaemia cells …   Dictionary of molecular biology


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