Down regulation of a novel protein, PSP, in rat hepatoma cdRLh 84-beared tumor.

@article{Kaneki2003DownRO,
  title={Down regulation of a novel protein, PSP, in rat hepatoma cdRLh 84-beared tumor.},
  author={Keisuke Kaneki and Hiroaki Kanouchi and Mitsuharu Matsumoto and Yasuaki Kawasaki and Masao Akuzawa and Tatsuzo Oka},
  journal={The Journal of veterinary medical science},
  year={2003},
  volume={65 7},
  pages={781-5}
}
Perchloric acid-soluble protein (PSP) is a members of a new hypothetical family (YER057c/YJGF family) of small proteins with presently unknown function. The high degree of evolutionary conservation of these proteins reflect an involvement in basic cellular regulation. The expression of PSP was examined in rat hepatoma cell dRLh 84-beared rats. The tumor weight increased to 4.24 g at 3 weeks after the transplantation of hepatoma cells and hepatoma which has less differentiated characteristics… CONTINUE READING

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