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Abstract 2093: Regulation of c-Myc expression by aspirin and salicylic acid in colon cancer cells through a novel pathway
Epidemiological studies have demonstrated a significant correlation between regular aspirin use and reduced colon cancer incidence and mortality; however, the exact pathway has not been identified.Expand
Abstract A02: Cyclin A2 and CDK2 as Novel Targets of Aspirin and Salicylic acid: a Potential Role in Cancer Prevention
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It is demonstrated that aspirin and salicylic acid down-regulate cyclin A2/CDK2 proteins in multiple cancer cell lines, suggesting a novel target and mechanism of action in chemoprevention. Expand
Abstract 3501: Aspirin modulates oncogene expression in hct 116 colon cancer cells
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Modulation of proto oncogenes by AspirIn may represent an important pathway by which Aspirin may mediate its anti-cancer effects and is currently investigating how inhibition of c-RAF levels by Aspirationin and Salicylic acid affects downstream signaling molecules such as p42/p44 MAP kinases. Expand
Abstract 1782: Post-translational regulation of cyclins by Aspirin through 26S proteasome: Implications in chemoprevention
Recent studies have shown that, regular use aspirin for 5 years or more, decreases the occurrence of cancer of the colon, skin, breast, prostate and lung tissues. However, the mechanism of itsExpand
Abstract 4038: Aspirin acetylates p53 in colon cancer cells and induces the expression of p21 and Bax: Identification of aspirin acetylated sites on rp53
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It is shown that aspirin acetylated p53 at lysine 382 in both colon cancer cells and that p53 pathway may contribute to the anti-cancer properties of aspirin. Expand
Abstract 2354: Identification of CDK1 as an aspirin and salicylic acid binding protein: a potential role in chemoprevention
Data emerging from the past 10 years have consolidated the rationale for investigating the use of aspirin for chemoprevention; however, the mechanisms leading to its anti-cancer effects are stillExpand
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