N Lale Satiroglu Tufan

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Hepatitis B virus encoded X antigen (HBxAg) may contribute to the development of hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) by up- or downregulating the expression of cellular genes that promote cell growth and survival. To test this hypothesis, HBxAg-positive and -negative HepG2 cells were constructed, and the patterns of cellular gene expression compared by(More)
Hepatitis B x antigen (HB x Ag) is a trans-activating protein that may be involved in hepatocarcinogenesis, although few natural effectors of HB x Ag that participate in this process have been identified. To identify additional effectors, whole cell RNA isolated from HB x Ag-positive and HB x Ag-negative HepG2 cells were compared by polymerase chain(More)
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