Published in Gene Therapy Weekly, March 23rd, 2006
"Overexpression of EGF receptors and constitutive cyclin D1 expression are frequently associated with human squamous carcinomas. We have now investigated whether these parameters influence susceptibility to okadaic acid induced cell death in EGF-receptor overexpressing mutant p53 A431 human carcinoma," wrote M. Rieber and colleagues, CMBC.
They explained, "Exposure of these cells to 20 nM okadaic acid induced apoptosis-associated caspase 3 activation, DNA fragmentation,...
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