oncogenicity


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oncogenicity

The capacity to induce tumors
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Implantation assays in which the test material remains in place for 1-2 years before being examined have been proposed to assess the possible long-term effects of permanent implants such as chronic inflammation, propensity of infection, blood interaction, fibrogenic cell function, and oncogenicity [245-247].
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(3) The effect of ROS level and redox state on the long-term oncogenicity of stem cells should be further investigated prior to in vivo clinical trials.
CSCs which have the abilities of self-renewal, differentiation, and oncogenicity are derived from mutant stem cells and related to tumor occurrence and metastases.
Therefore, the oncogenicity of CMIP can be used as a potential target for diagnosis and therapy of human glioma.
In absence of a clear mechanistic link, the activity of resveratrol may be partially dependent upon an impaired expression of certain miRNAs associated with inflammatory and tumor suppression effects (miR-663), proinflammatory effects (miR-155), or oncogenicity (miR-21).
(1972) Induction of deoxyribonucleic acid synthesis and the oncogenicity of Marek's disease virus.
Today Lasso is a restricted-use pesticide due to its oncogenicity. With sales falling and future growth under threat, Monsanto faced a desperate need to launch a novel flagship product.
Kim and Diehl reported that overexpression of cyclin D1 is not sufficient to drive oncogenic transformation although cyclin D1 overexpression is clearly implicated in cancer, but nuclear retention of cyclin D1 may be critical for the manifestation of its oncogenicity (Kim and Diehl 2009).
miR-134 induces oncogenicity and metastasis in head and neck carcinoma through targeting WWOX gene.
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