Open Access Short Communication Article ID: IJICR-7-134

    Supposition about absence of contact inhibition of cancer cells

    Gogichadze G*, Gogichadze T and Mchedlishvili E

    As is known, the superficial charge of most somatic cells is negative. Proceeding from this fact, somatic cells never interact. There is always some type of space (intercellular space) between them. Intercellular contacts are predominantly determined by two main factors: Van der Waals (positive taxis) and electrostatic (negative taxis) forces contributing to the formation of membrane electric potential. Presence of the intercellular space is a structural representation of the balance bet­ween these forces (contact inhibition). 


    Published on: Nov 6, 2021 Pages: 26-28

    Full Text PDF Full Text HTML DOI: 10.17352/2455-8591.000034
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