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Effects of lycorine on HL‐60 cells via arresting cell cycle and inducing apoptosis
Genetic polymorphisms of metabolic enzymes CYP1A1, CYP2D6, GSTM1 and GSTT1 and leukemia susceptibility
- Han-chun Chen, Wei-xin Hu, Yan-fei Cao
- BiologyEuropean journal of cancer prevention : the…
- 1 June 2008
Findings suggest that GSTM1-null genotype alone or in coordination with the relevant genotypes of other metabolic enzymes might be susceptibility factors in the etiology of ANLL.
Genetic Polymorphisms of Phase II Metabolic Enzymes and Lung Cancer Susceptibility in a Population of Central South China
Findings suggest that the genetic polymorphisms of phase II metabolic enzymes affect the susceptibility of lung cancer in the Han ethnic group of Central South China.
Resveratrol induces human K562 cell apoptosis, erythroid differentiation, and autophagy
It is suggested that Res possesses the potency not only inducing apoptosis but also inducing erythroid differentiation and autophagy in K562 cells, which provides that Res may be a therapeutic candidate for chronic myelogenous leukemia treatment.
Apoptosis induced by lycorine in KM3 cells is associated with the G0/G1 cell cycle arrest.
Lycorine is a natural anti-tumor alkaloid extracted from Amaryllidaceae and has various biological effects on malignant cells. The present study explores the effects of lycorine on the human multiple…
Targeting signaling pathways in multiple myeloma: Pathogenesis and implication for treatments.
Identification of the resistance of a novel molecule heat shock protein 90alpha (HSP90alpha) in Microtus fortis to Schistosoma japonicum infection.
Karyopherin alpha 2 (KPNA2) is associated with the natural resistance to Schistosoma japanicum infection in Microtus fortis.
The Structure, Expression, and Function Prediction of DAZAP2, A Down-Regulated Gene in Multiple Myeloma
Relationships Among Genetic Makeup, Active Ingredient Content, and Place of Origin of the Medicinal Plant Gastrodia Tuber
The results indicated that the genomic DNA of Gastrodia tubers was highly polymorphic; the eight populations clustered into three major groups, and the gastrodin content varied greatly among these groups.