DNA synthesis following refeeding of starved Tetrahymena pyriformis GL. Starved cells are arrested in G1

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DNA replication has been studied after refeeding of Tetrahymena pyriformis GL which have been starved for 24 h in non-nutrient phosphate buffer. Correlation of changes in cell number after refeeding with density labeling experiments and chemical analyses of the cellular DNA content indicate that the starved cells are arrested in the G 1 phase of the cell cycle. © 1974.

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Mowat, D., Pearlman, R. E., & Engberg, J. (1974). DNA synthesis following refeeding of starved Tetrahymena pyriformis GL. Starved cells are arrested in G1. Experimental Cell Research, 84(1–2), 282–286. https://doi.org/10.1016/0014-4827(74)90407-8

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