Published in Gene Therapy Weekly, March 15th, 2001
In some instances, oxygen-deprived cells continued to grow even when levels of the tumor inhibition gene p53 increased, according to investigators.
"In solid tumors hypoxia and re-oxygenation may be important factors in secondary expansion after anti-cancer therapy," said Manabu Kinoshita and colleagues at Hamamatsu Air Base in Shizuoka and Stanford University School of Medicine in California.
They subjected cells from a...
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