The Bcl-2 gene
family is recognized as containing the most important set of genes with respect to mediation of apoptosis.
70) The loss of P53 function not only deregulates survivin gene expression but also BCL-2 gene
expression with a stronger anti-apoptotic mechanism.
Deregulated Bcl-2 gene
expression selectively prolongs survival of growth factor- deprived hemopoietic cell lines.
Densitometry results for ALDH2, Bax, and Bcl-2 gene
were compared with corresponding [beta]-actin levels to account for loading differences.
Prognostic significance of Bcl-2 protein expression and Bcl-2 gene
rearrangement in diffuse aggressive non-Hodgkin's lymphoma.
Tsambaos, "Reduced expression of the antiapoptotic proteins of Bcl-2 gene
family in the lesional epidermis of patients with Darier's disease," Journal of Cutaneous Pathology, vol.
Methods: To study the effects of Pt-AZT on hepatocellular carcinoma and compare its effects with AZT in inhibition of telomerase and Bcl-2 gene
expression, pathogen-free male Wistar rats (n=100) were used.
55[degrees]C/1 min, 72[degrees]C/1 min and a final extension of 72[degrees]C/10 min for [beta]-Actin and Bcl-2 gene
The main purpose of the BCL-2 gene
is to keep cells alive, so when the gene is silenced, cancer cells become more vulnerable to chemotherapy," says Dr.
Clinical significance of bcl-2 gene
expression in human breast cancer tissues, Breast Cancer Res.
Transient Bcl-2 gene
down-expression in circulating mononuclear cells of severe sepsis patients who died despite appropriate intensive care.
scabrum used in treating cells led to the upregulation of the BCL-2 gene