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The discovery of P-glycoprotein has revealed a fundamental mechanism by which cancer cells evade chemotherapy and this principle has proven relevant to general cellular defence mechanisms in normal physiology. To date this knowledge has promised to improve current cancer chemotherapy through the manipulation of drug combinations according to the(More)
Several lines of evidence including reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction, immunoreactivity and their ability to efflux rhodamine 123 have implied the existence of P-glycoprotein in natural killer (NK) cells. It has been a natural tendency to assume that NK-cell P-glycoprotein is identical to the P-glycoprotein of multidrug resistant (MDR) cell(More)
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