Published in Gene Therapy Weekly, July 1st, 2010
"RNA interference was used to knock down ABCE1 expression in human small cell lung cancer cell lines (NCI-H446). Then we examined the effects of ABCE1 knockdown in cancer cells, including proliferation, invasiveness, apoptosis, and gene expression. We found that ABCE1 could be efficiently knocked down by siRNA, and the ABCE1 silence inhibited the proliferation, invasiveness of small...
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