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IRA2, a second gene of Saccharomyces cerevisiae that encodes a protein with a domain homologous to mammalian ras GTPase-activating protein.
The IRA1 gene is a negative regulator of the RAS-cyclic AMP pathway in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. To identify other genes involved in this pathway, we screened yeast genomic DNA libraries for genesExpand
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Undercarboxylated osteocalcin is positively associated with free testosterone in male patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus
SummaryAlthough a recent study showed that undercarboxylated osteocalcin (ucOC) is important for male fertility and testosterone production by testes, little is known about the relationship betweenExpand
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IRA1, an inhibitory regulator of the RAS-cyclic AMP pathway in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
A mutation in the gene IRA1 (formerly called PPD1) was originally characterized as a deficiency of a phosphoprotein phosphatase. The IRA1 gene has been cloned and sequenced. A large open readingExpand
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The Chromosome Network for biodosimetry in Japan
The Chromosome Network in Japan was established just after the critical Tokai-mura accident in 2001 with the purposes of (1) integrating work to be ready for a large-scale radiation accident, (2)Expand
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Preventative effect of exercise against falls in the elderly: a randomized controlled trial
SummaryThe present study was conducted to determine the effect of 5-month exercise program on the prevention of falls in the elderly. The exercise training, which consisted of calisthenics, bodyExpand
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Frequent jumping translocations of chromosomal segments involving the ABL oncogene alone or in combination with CD3-MLL genes in secondary leukemias.
Seven secondary leukemia patients were treated for solid tumors or malignant lymphoma with anticancer drugs or radiation. We studied bone marrow samples from these patients by fluorescence in situExpand
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Upregulation of c-myc gene accompanied by PU.1 deficiency in radiation-induced acute myeloid leukemia in mice.
OBJECTIVE High-dose radiation exposure induces acute myeloid leukemia (AML) in C3H mice, most of which have a frequent hemizygous deletion around the D2Mit15 marker on chromosome 2. This regionExpand
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A Novel Human Rad54 Homologue, Rad54B, Associates with Rad51*
Members of the SNF2/SWI2 family, characterized with sequence motifs similar to those found in DNA and RNA helicases, play roles in various aspects of cellular fundamental processes such asExpand
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Dose-Rate Effectiveness for Unstable-Type Chromosome Aberrations Detected in Mice after Continuous Irradiation with Low-Dose-Rate γ Rays
Abstract Tanaka, K., Kohda, A., Satoh, K., Toyokawa, T., Ichinohe, K., Ohtaki, M. and Oghiso, Y. Dose-Rate Effectiveness for Unstable-Type Chromosome Aberrations Detected in Mice after ContinuousExpand
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Fluorescence in situ Hybridization Analysis of 12;21 Translocation in Japanese Childhood Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia
Fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) analysis was applied to detect t(12;21) using two yeast artificial chromosome probes and cosmid probes covering the TEL(ETV6) and the AML1 gene to clarifyExpand
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