Nicotine-induced survival signaling in lung cancer cells is dependent on their p53 status while its down-regulation by curcumin is independent

@inproceedings{Puliyappadamba2010NicotineinducedSS,
  title={Nicotine-induced survival signaling in lung cancer cells is dependent on their p53 status while its down-regulation by curcumin is independent},
  author={Vineshkumar Thidil Puliyappadamba and Vino T. Cheriyan and Arun Kumar Theralikattu Thulasidasan and Smitha V. Bava and Balachandran S Vinod and Priya Ramesh Prabhu and Ranji Varghese and Arathy Bevin and Shalini Venugopal and Ruby John Anto},
  booktitle={Molecular Cancer},
  year={2010}
}
BackgroundLung cancer is the most lethal cancer and almost 90% of lung cancer is due to cigarette smoking. Even though nicotine, one of the major ingredients of cigarette smoke and the causative agent for addiction, is not a carcinogen by itself, several investigators have shown that nicotine can induce cell proliferation and angiogenesis. We observed that the proliferative index of nicotine is different in the lung cancer cell lines H1299 (p53-/-) and A549 (p53+/+) which indicates that the… CONTINUE READING
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