fraction correlates with clinical outcomes of patients with primary breast cancer, but standardization and quality control must be improved before it can be considered in category I and used routinely.
Objective: During S-phase
newly synthesized sister DNA molecules become physically connected.
These thermo-chemical diffusion processes form carbon or nitrogen S-phase
while avoiding carbide precipitation that causes sensitization.
Flow cytometry revealed that there were more cells in S-phase
in hypoxia 6 h group than in normoxia control group (P < 0.
This protein works as a tumour suppressor gene where it binds to E2F transcription factors thereby preventing the cell from moving into S-phase
These compounds consist of the S-phase
as circular intermetallic compounds of Al2CuMg, the O-phase as coarse intermetallic compounds of Al2Cu, and irregular-shapes of intermetallic compounds of Al-Cu-Fe-Mn.
Most of the tumours are aneuploid and have a high S-phase
Coagulin-L inhibited mitotic clonal expansion (MCE) by delayed entry in G1 to S phase transition and S-phase
The threshold amount needed for G1 cells to progress into the S phase has been defined as the minimum nRNA content of S-phase
nuclei determined from plots of nRNA and DNA fluorescence measured by flow cytometry (Darzynkiewicz et al.
Results: Our results show that YQFS significantly inhibits colorectal cancer cell proliferation and induces apoptosis and cell cycle arrest at the G1- and S-phase
in HCT-116 cells.
Proliferation index (PI) and S-phase
cell fraction (SPF) of vascular smooth muscle cells were calculated.
Once the cell passes the restriction point by following S-phase
DNA replication must be completed after that reversal is not possible.