T. V. Akhlynina

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A growing number of evidence indicates that cancer-testis antigens (CTA) can be used as specific targets for immune therapy of malignant melanoma. The aim of this study was to provide a basis for selecting the most suitable CTA by analyzing the mRNA expression profile of genes encoding CTA in melanoma cell lines. We used a real-time quantitative PCR to(More)
The genesp53, mdm2, p21, c-myc,bcr/abl, bcr, bcl2, bax, and gapdh participate in the regulation of cell proliferation and differentiation, apoptosis and cell distribution for the cell cycle ex vivo in the Ph(+)cells of chronic myeloid leukemia containing the Ph chromosome andbcr/abloncogene. Expression of these genes correlates with regulation of cell(More)
Cell regulation of Ph(+)cell proliferation and differentiation has been studied ex vivo in various chronic myeloid leukemia (CML) patients. The regulation is provided by alternation of effective stages of proliferation and maturation with inhibition of Ph(+) cell proliferation by accumulating neutrophils under apoptosis blockage. The alternation of stages(More)
Ex vivo proliferation and differentiation of Philadelphia chromosome-positive (Ph+) human myeloid cells (Ph+ cells) from chronic myeloid leukemia (CML) proceed via alternation stages of cell proliferation and neutrophil maturation. To regulate them, apoptosis is alternately blocked or induced with the help of neutrophils and expression of bcr/abl, bax, and(More)
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