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Abbreviation : MT
Long Form : morphological transformation
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2016 A mechanistic evaluation of the Syrian hamster embryo cell transformation assay (pH 6.7) and molecular events leading to senescence bypass in SHE cells. ---
2008 The Syrian hamster embryo (SHE) low pH cell transformation assay. CTA, SHE
2004 Enhancement of the morphological transformation of Syrian hamster embryo (SHE) cells by reducing incubation time of the target cells. BaP, SHE
2003 Cell-transforming activity of fourteen chemical agents used in dental practice in Syrian hamster embryo cells. SHE
2003 ZnCl2 induces Syrian hamster embryo (SHE) cell transformation. BaP, CE, SHE
1999 Analysis of the Transforming Potential of Growth and Differentiation Factors in Syrian Hamster Embryo Cells: Reversible and Irreversible Transformation. EGF, FGF-4, OM, PDGF AA, SHE
1999 Peroxisome Proliferator-induced Transformation of Syrian Hamster Embryo Cells: Influence of Experimental Procedures. BaP, DEHP, HPPs, MCP, MEHP, SHE, TPA
1997 Comparative effects of clofibrate and methyl clofenapate on morphological transformation and intercellular communication of Syrian hamster embryo cells. GJIC, MCP, PPs, SHE
1996 A comprehensive protocol for conducting the Syrian hamster embryo cell transformation assay at pH 6.70. SHE
10  1996 Isolation and biological characterization of morphological transformation-sensitive Syrian hamster embryo cells. SHE
11  1996 The pH 6.7 Syrian hamster embryo cell transformation assay for assessing the carcinogenic potential of chemicals. SHE
12  1995 Detection of aneuploidy-inducing carcinogens in the Syrian hamster embryo (SHE) cell transformation assay. SHE
13  1994 Alterations in cellular differentiation, mitogenesis, cytoskeleton and growth characteristics during Syrian hamster embryo cell multistep in vitro transformation. SHE