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Chemical and enzymatic analysis of covalent bonds between peptides and chromosomal DNA.
DNA from Ehrlich ascites tumor (EAT) cells and from human placenta was examined for covalent bonds between hydroxy amino acid residues in peptides and nucleotide phosphate groups. The residualExpand
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Induction of apoptosis by overexpression of the DNA-binding and DNA-PK-activating protein C1D.
Apoptosis is induced in various tumor cell lines by vector-dependent overexpression of the conserved gene C1D that encodes a DNA-binding and DNA-PK-activating protein. C1D is physiologicallyExpand
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Experimental survey of non-clonogenic viability assays for adherent cells in vitro.
Results of rapid cell viability assays were experimentally compared in order to reveal the most suitable test for in vitro investigations of the combination of photodynamic therapy (PDT) withExpand
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Schedule-dependent interaction between Doxorubicin and mTHPC-mediated photodynamic therapy in murine hepatoma in vitro and in vivo
Purpose: To evaluate cytotoxic and antitumor effects of a conventional anticancer drug Doxorubicin (Dox) and photodynamic therapy (PDT) mediated by a promising photosensitizer of second generationExpand
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mTHPC‐mediated Photodynamic Treatment Up‐regulates the Cytokines VEGF and IL‐1alpha
Photodynamic therapy (PDT) of cancer induces oxidative stress, which intervenes in the expression of cytokines by tumor cells. The cytokines might have either a positive or a negative impact on tumorExpand
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The protective effects of dihydrolipoamide and glutathione against photodynamic damage by Al‐phtalocyanine tetrasulfonate
In spite of well‐known ability of lipoamide/dihydrolipoamide (LipS2NH2/Lip(SH)2 NH2) and oxidized/reduced glutathione (GSSg/GSH) couples to scavenge singlet oxygen (1O2), the possible protectiveExpand
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Insights into catalytic action mechanism of Pseudomonas mendocina 3121-1 lipase
Abstract The hydrolysis of p -nitrophenyl butyrate catalyzed by Pseudomonas mendocina 3121-1 lipase was strongly affected by guanidine hydrochloride indicating the importance of Arg residue. SinceExpand
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Tween'ų ir joninių detergentų poveikis hidroliziniam Pseudomonas mendocina 3121-1 lipazės aktyvumui
* Corresponding author. E-mail: vida.bendikiene@gf.vu.lt A more detailed analysis of Pseudomonas mendocina 3121-1 lipase catalytic activity in hydrolysing non-ionic detergents Tweens was the goal ofExpand
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Immobilization of alkaline phosphatases on various supports
Alkaline phosphatase from E.coli RY 13 strain was purified from one fraction obtained during purification of the inorganic pyrophosphatase. The enzyme was covalently bound on aminopropylsilochromeExpand
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High salt- and SDS-stable DNA binding protein complexes with ATPase and protein kinase activity retained in chromatin-depleted nuclei.
Cell lysis in presence of SDS and proteinase K followed by salting-out of residual polypeptides by dehydration and precipitation with saturated sodium chloride solution [Miller, S.A., Dykes, D.D. andExpand
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