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A proliferation-inducing ligand (APRIL) is a key factor involved in the tumor development and progression in some tumor tissues and cells. Its overexpression and as gene target in SW480 colon carcinoma cells was confirmed in our previous study. To seek a more potent way to treat colon carcinoma using a gene therapy(More)
Aptamers are short RNA or DNA oligonucleotides which can bind with different targets. Typically, they are selected from a large number of random DNA sequence libraries. The main strategy to obtain aptamers is systematic evolution of ligands by exponential enrichment (SELEX). Low efficiency is one of the limitations for conventional PCR amplification of(More)
Construction of a random ssDNA sublibrary is an important step of the aptamer screening process. The available construction methods include asymmetric PCR, biotin-streptavidin separation, and lambda exonuclease digestions, in which PCR amplification is a key step. The main drawback of PCR amplification is overamplification increasing nonspecific(More)
A proliferation-inducing ligand (APRIL) is a key cell proliferation-regulatory molecule and have been investigated well enough in immunity regulation and a few of immune diseases. APRIL can stimulate tumor cell growth and is up-expressed in cancer tissues, especially in CRC (colorectal cancer). However, whether inhibition of APRIL can regulate(More)
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