Biallelic deletion and loss of expression analysis of genes at FRA2G common fragile site in tumor-derived cell lines.

@article{Limongi2005BiallelicDA,
  title={Biallelic deletion and loss of expression analysis of genes at FRA2G common fragile site in tumor-derived cell lines.},
  author={Zaira M Limongi and Angela Curatolo and Franca Pelliccia and Angela Rocchi},
  journal={Cancer genetics and cytogenetics},
  year={2005},
  volume={161 2},
  pages={
          181-6
        }
}
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Gene microarray analysis of human renal cell carcinoma: The effects of HDAC inhibition and retinoid treatment

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Results show that treatment of RCC with cRA and/or SAHA increases the expression of several genes and gene families that result in reduced cell proliferation, and combined treatment with both SAHA and cRA induced several transcripts with known anti-cancer/immunomodulatory effects.

Histone deacetylase (HDAC) inhibitor treatments can augment the anti-tumor effects of retinoids in renal cancer cells. We studied the effects of the HDAC inhibitor suberoylanilide hydroxamic acid (SAHA) and 13-cis retinoic acid (cRA) on two human renal cell carcinoma

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