Swetlana Gez

  • Citations Per Year
Learn More
Cluster of differentiation (CD) antigens are defined when a surface molecule found on some members of a standard panel of human cells reacts with at least one novel antibody, and there is good accompanying molecular data. Monoclonal antibodies to surface CD antigens on leukocytes have been used for flow cytometry, and more recently to construct microarrays(More)
A new family of relatively stable Cr(V) complexes, [Cr(V)O(L)(2)](-) (LH(2) = RC(O)NHOH, R = Me, Ph, 2-HO-Ph, or HONHC(O)(CH(2))(6)), has been obtained by the reactions of hydroxamic acids with Cr(VI) in polar aprotic solvents. Similar reactions in aqueous solutions led to the formation of transient Cr(V) species. All complexes have been characterized by(More)
Identification of cytosolic proteins differentially expressed between types of leukemia and lymphoma may provide a molecular basis for classification and understanding their cellular properties. Two-dimensional fluorescence difference gel electrophoresis (DIGE) and mass spectrometry have been used to identify proteins that are differentially expressed in(More)
The purine analog fludarabine (FdAMP) is widely used for chemotherapy of B-lymphoid malignancies, and multiple mechanisms of action leading to apoptosis have been proposed. We examined changes at the protein level induced in the Raji cell line (Burkitt's lymphoma) by fludarabine nucleoside (FdA). Raji cells are sensitive to FdA. Raji cells treated with FdA(More)
  • 1