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BACKGROUND Various expansions or contractions of inverted repeats (IRs) in chloroplast genomes led to fluxes in the IR-LSC (large single copy) junctions. Previous studies revealed that some monocot IRs contain a trnH-rps19 gene cluster, and it has been speculated that this may be an evidence of a duplication event prior to the divergence of monocot(More)
The therapeutic utility of cytochrome P450-based enzyme prodrug therapy is well established by preclinical studies and in initial clinical trials. The underlying premise of this gene therapy is that intratumoral P450 expression leads to in situ activation of anticancer P450 prodrugs, such as cyclophosphamide (CPA), with intratumoral accumulation of its(More)
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