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Chemotherapy is one of the major categories of medical oncology and a primary tumor treatment; however, the effectiveness of chemotherapy is restricted by drug resistance. Overcoming resistance to chemotherapy and investigating molecular targeted therapies are challenges currently faced during resistance management. Progesterone receptor membrane component(More)
Drug resistance is a frequent cause of failure in cancer chemotherapy treatments. In this study, a pair of uterine sarcoma cancer lines, MES-SA, and doxorubicin-resistant partners, MES-SA/DxR-2μM cells and MES-SA/DxR-8μM cells, as a model system to investigate resistance-dependent proteome alterations and to identify potential therapeutic targets. We used(More)
Mitochondria are key organelles in mammary cells in responsible for a number of cellular functions including cell survival and energy metabolism. Moreover, mitochondria are one of the major targets under doxorubicin treatment. In this study, low-abundant mitochondrial proteins were enriched for proteomic analysis with the state-of-the-art two-dimensional(More)
The nucleus is a key organelle in mammary cells, which is responsible for several cellular functions including cell proliferation, gene expression, and cell survival. In addition, the nucleus is the primary targets of doxorubicin treatment. In the current study, low-abundance nuclear proteins were enriched for proteomic analysis by using a state-of-the-art(More)
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