Selective clinical ultrasound signals mediate differential gene transfer and expression in two human prostate cancer cell lines: LnCap and PC-3.

@article{Tata1997SelectiveCU,
  title={Selective clinical ultrasound signals mediate differential gene transfer and expression in two human prostate cancer cell lines: LnCap and PC-3.},
  author={Darayash B. Tata and Floyd Dunn and Donald J. Tindall},
  journal={Biochemical and biophysical research communications},
  year={1997},
  volume={234 1},
  pages={64-7}
}
Low intensity ultrasound signals, similar to that employed in clinical therapy, are found to mediate differential gene transfer and expression of the Green Fluorescence Protein (GFP) reporter in two human prostate cancer cell lines, LnCap and PC-3. Cell suspensions in the presence or in the absence of GFP (44.5nM) were treated at 37 degrees C under a standing wave condition. Cells were exposed to either continuous wave, 932.7kHz ultrasound, or to several independent bursts, each burst… CONTINUE READING

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