DEC1

DEC1

A gene on chromosome 9q32 of unknown function, which may contain a tumour suppressor gene, located in a region commonly deleted in oesophageal squamous cell carcinomas.
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144,146) Remarkably, a recent study (146) shows that low-grade dysplasia displays the shortest telomeres and the highest levels of senescence with overexpression of DEC1, whereas high-grade dysplasia exhibits the opposite pattern.
Human DEC1 is highly expressed in various tumor types but not in the adjacent normal tissues, demonstrating the significance of this protein as an oncogenic marker.
Molecular characterization of the novel basic helix-loop-helix protein DEC1 expressed in differentiated human embryo chondrocytes.
1998), whereas DEC1 expression is reduced or absent in esophageal squamous cell carcinomas (Nishiwaki et al.
Please turn to pages 6-11 and check out the courses we've selected to cover these topics: DEC1, DEC2, DEC3, T2, T3, T5, 022, 032, 042, 043, 052, and 063.
Tender notice number : ETender No 42 PDA DEC1 2015 3734 3764 dt 05 08 2015