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Oncology
Journal: Oncology
Oncology (1974) 29 (2): 152–165.
Published Online: 09 June 2009
... higher turnover rate of P. The RNA concentration is higher while the phospholipids are lower. It seems that there is a correlation between calcium accumulation and metabolic synthesis of phosphorylated molecules at the different cellular levels. The most significant difference between tumor and normal...
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Subject Area:
Oncology
Journal: Oncology
Oncology (1973) 27 (1): 3–29.
Published Online: 05 June 2009
... in the light of the methodology involved. Means of preserving the integrity of the nucleic acid molecule and of suppressing endogenous RNA synthesis in the model cells prior to exposure to the foreign nucleic acid are indispensable in these systems. Of importance, also, is the realization that epigenetic...
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Subject Area:
Oncology
Journal: Oncology
Oncology (2000) 58 (4): 311–318.
Published Online: 18 May 2000
... synthetic RNA sR19i, spanning exon 19 and part of the following intron (fig.  2 B), the 128-nt fragment was also observed (fig.  2 C, lane 8). The sR19i RNA was used as standard to measure the RET9 transcripts in the cellular RNAs extracted from tumor samples (fig.  2 C, lane 10). The RET51 and RET43...