Root formation in pea stem sections and its inhibition by kinetin, ethionine
Madison and Thompson (1988) identified several methionine-over-producing soybean cell culture lines following treatment with ethionine
, a chemical analog of methionine.
Also disclosed are methods for selecting transformed plant cells using ethionine
and CGS as the selection agent and marker gene respectively.
The general clinical experience with chronic liver disease is that the histologic and clinical severity of fibrosis progresses with time.[3-5] Regression of fibrosis was seen in many experimental models, including biliary obstruction,[6-8] carbon tetrachloride toxicity,[9-11] nutritional models, ethionine
toxicity, and schistosomiasis,[14,15] among others, as reviewed by Perez-Tamayo. The cellular mechanisms of collagen resorption have been studied in some of these models.[11,16]
and mercaptoethanol interfere with growth as well (Longevialle, 1970); methionine is a good antagonist to ethionine
The TGF-PR/ SMAD signaling module (Figure 4A) in PHH was enriched for known environmental toxicants and carcinogens (e.g., ethionine
, thioacetamide, coumarin, ethanol, 2-acetamidofluorene, AThitrosodiethylamine).