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CONTEXT Growing evidence shows that disruption of circadian rhythm may be a risk factor in the development of glioma. However, the molecular mechanisms of genes controlling circadian rhythm in glioma cells have not been explored and differential expression of the circadian clock genes in glioma and non-tumor cells may provide a molecular basis for(More)
The Clock gene, an indispensable component of the circadian clock, not only modulates circadian oscillations but also regulates organismal function. We examined whether silencing the expression of the human Clock gene in glioma cells influences cell growth and induces apoptosis after irradiation. Silencing the expression of Clock in a human glioma cell line(More)
The morphology and secondary metabolism of Aspergillus spp. are associated with initial spore density (ISD). Fatty acids (FA) are involved in the biosynthesis of aflatoxins (AF) through Aspergillus quorum sensing (QS). Here, we studied how ochratoxin A (OTA) was regulated by spore density in Aspergillus ochraceus CGMCC 3.4412. The results contribute to(More)
AIMS AND BACKGROUND Growing evidence indicates that disruption of circadian rhythms may be a risk factor for the development of glioma. However, the molecular mechanisms underlying the genetic regulation of circadian rhythms in glioma cells have yet to be explored. METHODS AND STUDY DESIGN Using immunohistochemical staining and methylation-specific PCR(More)
In this study, paclitaxel and etoposide-loaded lipid-polymer hybrid nanoparticles (PE-LPN) was successful prepared and evaluated for physicochemical and anticancer effect. Nanosized PE-LPN was obtained with a perfect spherical morphology. PE-LPN exhibited a controlled release of two drugs in a sequential manner. The nanoparticles exhibited a typical(More)
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