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Cancer cells frequently depend on chromatin regulatory activities to maintain a malignant phenotype. Here, we show that leukemia cells require the mammalian SWI/SNF chromatin remodeling complex for their survival and aberrant self-renewal potential. While Brg1, an ATPase subunit of SWI/SNF, is known to suppress tumor formation in several cell types, we(More)
Plant cells respond to cold stress via a regulatory mechanism leading to enhanced cold acclimation accompanied by growth retardation. The C-repeat binding factor (CBF) signaling pathway is essential for cold response of flowering plants. Our previously study documented a novel CBF-like gene from the cold-tolerant Capsella bursa-pastoris named CbCBF, which(More)
18 19 Flow fields in commercial airliner cabins are crucial for creating a thermally comfortable and 20 healthy cabin environment. Flow fields depend on the thermo-fluid boundary conditions at 21 the diffusers, in addition to the cabin geometry and furnishing. To study the flow fields in 22 cabins, this paper describes a procedure to obtain the cabin(More)
Inducers of C-repeat binding factor (CBF) expression [inducer of CBF expression 1 (ICE1)-like], being MYC-type transcription factors, play an important role in plant tolerance to low temperatures and other abiotic environmental stresses. These ICEs are the key activators binding to C-repeat/dehydration-responsive elements, triggering the response of CBF(More)
The cold-responsive (COR) genes involved in C-repeat binding factor signaling pathway function essentially in cold acclimation of higher plants. A novel COR gene CbCOR15a from shepherd’s purse (Capsella bursa-pastoris) was predicted to be a homolog of COR15 in Arabidopsis. The analysis of tissue specific expression pattern as well as characterization of the(More)
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Cancer cells preferentially use aerobic glycolysis to support growth, a metabolic alteration commonly referred to as the 'Warburg effect.' Here, we show that the tumor necrosis factor receptor-associated protein 1 (TRAP1) is crucial for the Warburg effect in human glioblastoma multiforme (GBM). In contrast to normal brain, GBMs show increased TRAP1(More)
BACKGROUND We performed a systematic review and meta-analysis to address the (added) value of intraoperative 5-aminolevulinic acid (5-ALA)-guided resection of high-grade malignant gliomas compared with conventional neuronavigation-guided resection, with respect to diagnostic accuracy, extent of tumor resection, safety, and survival. METHODS AND FINDINGS(More)
Glioma relies on glycolysis to obtain energy and sustain its survival under low glucose microenvironment in vivo. The mechanisms on glioma cell glycolysis regulation are still unclear. Signaling mediated by Double-stranded RNA-activated protein kinase (PKR) - like ER kinase (PERK) is one of the important pathways of unfolded protein response (UPR) which is(More)
Thirteen putative carbonic anhydrase (CA) genes have been identified in the marine multipolar centric diatom, Thalassiosira pseudonana, and two of these CAs have been localized previously. The first, an alpha CA (TpαCA1), was localized in the chloroplast stroma; the second, a zeta-type CA (TpζCA1), was localized to the periplasmic space. In the present(More)