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Chick embryo Growth inhibitor Human amniotic and chorionic membranes Sea urchin ovaries DNA synthesis inhibitor Cleavage retarding factor Mitotic inhibitor “Minor” nucleic acid derivatives (two fractions) Protein Polynucleotide ? Phospholipid ? Xenopus laevis kidneys “Chalone” ? Unknown ? Rat liver and serum Hepatic chalone Protein? Rabbit liver Hepatic chalone Polypeptide Normal rat liver DNA synthesis inhibitor RNA synthesis inhibitor DNA and RNA synthesis inhibitor Proteinlike Unknown ? Normal rat liver Growth inhibitor Unknown Dialyzable (< 12,000) Bovine liver Growth inhibitor Protein Kidneys, liver, and myocardium Adult rat liver Human liver Protein < 12,000 70,000 Dialyzable (< 12,000) ?
Chalones have been prepared from cancer tissues of rodents. The growth of skin carcinomas, melanomas, and lymphomas, and the proliferation of myelogenous leukemic cells, was inhibited by the respective chalone. Inhibitors of the growth of various experimental tumors have been detected in a variety of unrelated tissues from embryological, anatomical, and functional standpoints. None of them has ever been purified, and their relevance to abnormal growth remains obscure (see Section 11,E). The results obtained with striated muscle extracts indicate that unknown components of muscle tissue are cytotoxic to malignant cells in vitro and in vivo (see Section 11,F).