Published in Blood Weekly, March 9th, 2000
NF-kappa B serves in the formation of immune, inflammatory, and stress responses, and, in quiescent cells, it principally resides within the cytoplasm in association with inhibitory kappa (I kappa B) proteins.
D.J. Granville and colleagues evaluated the status of I kappa B and NF-kappa B proteins for promyelocytic leukemia HL-60 cells treated at different intensities of PDT ("Nuclear factor-kappa B activation by the...
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