Effect of pentoxifylline, a multidrug resistance reversal agent, on haemopoietic stem cell homing.
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© The Author(s) Journal compilation © 1994 International Federation for Cell Biology
Cell Biology International
Volume 18, Issue 2, pages 79–84, February 1994
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Gude, R. P., Chitnis, M. P. and Rao, S. G. A. (1994), Effect of pentoxifylline, a multidrug resistance reversal agent, on haemopoietic stem cell homing. Cell Biology International, 18: 79–84. doi: 10.1006/cbir.1994.1045
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- Paper received 16.12.92. Revised paper accepted 16.1.94.
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This paper investigates the mechanism of mouse haemopoietic stem cell homing into the cytoskeleton depolymerising agent Pentoxifylline was used, and shown to inhibit stem cell homing. The inhibition was reversible after 6 hours. The results obtained suggest that the haemopoietic stem cell homing receptor is anchored to cytoskeletal support intracellularly.