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DNA-damaging agents such as cisplatin arrest cell cycle progression at either the G1, S, or G2 phase, although the G1 arrest is seen only in cells expressing the wild-type p53 tumor suppressor protein. Caffeine has been shown to abrogate the S and G2 arrest in p53-defective cells and to enhance cytotoxicity, but at concentrations too toxic to administer to(More)
Since the first cloned dog "Snuppy" was born, many cloned dogs have been produced by somatic cell nuclear transfer (SCNT) technology. We reported the production of seven cloned drug detection dogs (named "Toppies") in 2009. Although their genetic identity was confirmed, similarities in behavior and the drug-detecting ability were not examined. Therefore,(More)
This paper investigates speech rhythm in standard Seoul Korean using recently developed durational rhythmic measures. Traditionally, languages are classified into 'stress-timed' and 'syllable-timed' (Abercrombie, 1967), with English and German being typical stress-timed languages, French and Italian typical syllable-timed languages. Later works suggested a(More)
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