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Stress Induction of Mitochondrial Formate Dehydrogenase in Potato Leaves
- Hourton-Cabassa, Ambard-Bretteville, Moreau, Davy de Virville J, Rémy, Francs-Small
- BiologyPlant physiology
- 1 February 1998
Although the steady-state levels of FDH transcript increase very quickly in response to stress, protein accumulation is much slower, but can eventually reach the same levels in leaves as in tubers, suggesting that glycolysis may play an important role in formate synthesis in leaves in the dark and during hypoxia, and in tuber.
Transport of sterols to the plasma membrane of leek seedlings
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Seventh international workshop on the CCN family of genes
Tumour cells down-regulate CCN2 gene expression in co-cultured fibroblasts in a smad7and erk-dependent manner and direct involvement of CCN1 in breast cancer acquisition of antiestrogen resistance is identified.
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Genome-wide CRISPR screening identifies new regulators
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Dispositionof the CarcinostaticAgent 1-(2-Chloroethyl)-3-(1â€˜-(5'-p-nitrobenzoyl-2',3'-isopropylidene)-a,f3-Dribofuranosyl]-1-nitrosourea in Animals1
The disposition of 1-(2-chloroethyl)-3-[1 â€˜-(S'-p-nitroben zoyl-2',3'-isopropylidene)-a,$-D-ribofuranosyl]-1 -nitrosourea (RFCNU) was investigatedin animalsfollowingi.p. administra tion (35…