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Serological presence of anti-double-stranded DNA (anti-dsDNA) antibodies is a common phenomenon in cancer patients. Some patients with relatively high levels of anti-dsDNA antibodies may have a better prognosis, indicating the potential antitumor roles of anti-dsDNA antibodies. To delineate the...
Reversible permeable cells have been used to isolate chromatin structures during the process of chromosome condensation. Analysis of individual structures slipping out from nuclei after reversal of permeabilization revealed that chromosomes of Drosophila cells consist of small units called...
Platinum(II)-based anticancer drugs are effective for the management and treatment of several types of cancer. Cis -diamminedichloroplatinum(II) (cisplatin) exerts its antitumor activity by binding to DNA via intrastrand cross-links to d(GpG) (dG = deoxyguanosine) and to d(ApG) (dA =...
There is compelling evidence that cellular DNA is the target of many anticancer agents. Consequently, elucidation of the molecular nature governing the interaction of small molecules to DNA is paramount to the progression of rational drug design strategies. In this study, we have compared the...
The development of benign prostatic hyperplasia requires the presence of testicular androgens during prostate development, puberty, and ageing. We thus examined the association of three polymorphisms, namely, CYP3A5 6986A>G, CYP19A1 1531C>T, and androgen receptor ( AR ) gene CAG repeat length,...
LBP-1b, LBP-9, and LBP-32/MGR (LBP proteins) are transcriptional factors that regulate the expression of the P450 side-chain cleavage enzyme (P450scc) in the human placenta. Placenta contains at least two types of trophoblasts: cytotrophoblasts and syncytiotrophoblasts. P450scc has been detected...
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