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The Role of Circulating and Cellular Factors involved in Inhibiton of Tumor Proliferation during Dietary Sodium Deprivation (1989)

Title:

The Role of Circulating and Cellular Factors involved in Inhibiton of Tumor Proliferation during Dietary Sodium Deprivation

Key words:

sodium, membrane transport, DNA synthesis

Research Institution:

UMDNJ-New Jersey Medical School

Location:

New Jersey

Researcher:

Burton P Fine

Project Description:

Dr. Fine sought to determine how a restriction in dietary sodium intake restricts the growth of solid tumors. The effects of dietary sodium deprivation on tumor cell volume, membrane transport, DNA synthesis and other cellular events were studied.

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