By George F. Vande Woude
Advances in melanoma study offers beneficial details at the interesting and fast-moving box of melanoma examine. the following, once more, notable and unique studies are provided on numerous subject matters, together with liposome-based chemotherapy and immunotherapy, human polyomaviruses, the position of micro RNAs in CLL, and melanoma and ldl cholesterol.
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These contrasting views have not been resolved. , 1997). , 1983). Why would LT stabilize a major tumor suppressor protein, while at the same time functionally inactivating it? It was proposed that LT hijacks p53, essentially converting it from a tumor suppressor into an oncogene. , 2009; Tiemann and Deppert, 1994a,b). , 1999). , 2008). One might hypothesize that LT in part stabilizes p53 to gain access to p300/CBP that in turn act on promoters or acetylate other LT bound proteins (Borger and DeCaprio, 2006).
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