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Clonogenicity of normal and malignant hematopoietic progenitor cells after exposure to synthetic alkyl-lymphospholipids

Dulisch, I. ; Neumann, H. A. ; Löhr, G. W. ; Andreesen, Reinhard


Alkyl-lysophospholipids (ALP) are synthetic analogues of natural lysophosphatidylcholine and represent a new class of anti-tumor agents. They are cytotoxic in vitro with a high selectivity for neoplastic cells which, in contrast to normal cells, lack an alkyl-cleavage enzyme to degrade the adsorbed ALP molecules. As ALP accumulates, it interferes with normal membrane phospholipid turnover and ...


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