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From: Induced cytoskeletal changes in bovine pulmonary artery endothelial cells by resveratrol and the accompanying modified responses to arterial shear stress

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Resveratrol treatment produces elongation of BPAEC. Panel A. Example of stellar, cobblestone-like morphology characteristic of normal BPAECs grown in culture. Panel B. Example of elongated, spindle-shaped morphology characteristic of resveratrol-treated cells. Here cells were treated with 100 μM resveratrol and were viewed with 20X objective. Six experiments, each involving a different preparation of BPAEC, were performed with similar results.

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