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Optimization of the PiggyBac transposon system for the sustained genetic modification of human T lymphocytes

Optimal implementation of adoptive T-cell therapy for cancer will likely require multiple and maintained genetic modifications of the infused T cells and their progeny so that they home to tumor sites and recognize tumor cells, overcome tumor immune...
Authors: Nakazawa Y, Huye LE, Dotti G, Foster AE, Vera JF, Manuri PR, June CH, Rooney CM, Wilson MH.
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STOP gene Phactr4 is a tumor suppressor

Cancer develops through genetic and epigenetic alterations that allow unrestrained proliferation and increased survival. Using a genetic RNAi screen, we previously identified hundreds of suppressors of tumorigenesis and/or proliferation (STOP) genes...
Authors: Solimini NL1, Liang AC, Xu C, Pavlova NN, Xu Q, Davoli T, Li MZ, Wong KK, Elledge SJ.

TALENs-mediated gene disruption of FLT3 in leukemia cells: Using genome-editing approach for exploring the molecular basis of gene abnormality.

Novel analytic tools are needed to elucidate the molecular basis of leukemia-relevant gene mutations in the post-genome era. We generated isogenic leukemia cell clones in which the FLT3 gene was disrupted in a single allele using TALENs. Isogenic...
Authors: Wang J, Li T, Zhou M, Hu Z, Zhou X, Zhou S, Wang N, Huang L, Zhao L, Cao Y, Xiao M, Ma D, Zhou P,...
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Reduced 64Cu uptake and tumor growth inhibition by knockdown of human copper transporter 1 in xenograft mouse model of prostate cancer.

Copper is an element required for cell proliferation and angiogenesis. Human prostate cancer xenografts with increased (64)Cu radioactivity were visualized previously by PET using (64)CuCl2 as a radiotracer ((64)CuCl2 PET). This study aimed to...
Authors: Cai H, Wu JS, Muzik O, Hsieh JT, Lee RJ, Peng F.

Proteinase-activated receptor 2 expression in breast cancer and its role in breast cancer cell migration.

Proteinase-activated receptor 2 (PAR2) is a G protein-coupled receptor that is activated by trypsin-like proteinases. PAR2 is detected in breast tumor specimens; however, it is not clear how PAR2 level in breast cancer cell/tissues compares with...
Authors: Su S1, Li Y, Luo Y, Sheng Y, Su Y, Padia RN, Pan ZK, Dong Z, Huang S.

Sensitization of radio-resistant prostate cancer cells with a unique cytolethal distending toxin

Cytolethal distending toxin (CDT) produced by Campylobacter jejuni is...
Authors: Lai CH, Chang CS, Liu HH, Tsai YS, Hsu FM, Yu YL, Lai CK, Gandee L, Pong RC, Hsu HW, Yu L, Saha D,...

7a-Hydroxy-ß-Sitosterol from Chisocheton tomentosus Induces Apoptosis via Dysregulation of Cellular Bax/Bcl-2 Ratio and Cell Cycle Arrest by Downregulating ERK1/2 Activation.

In continuation of our interest towards the elucidation of apoptotic pathways of cytotoxic phytocompounds, we have embarked upon a study on the anticancer effects of 7a-hydroxy-ß-sitosterol (CT1), a rare natural phytosterol oxide isolated from...
Authors: Tasyriq M1, Najmuldeen IA, In LL, Mohamad K, Awang K, Hasima N.

An apoptosis-enhancing drug overcomes platinum resistance in a tumour-initiating subpopulation of ovarian cancer

High-grade serous ovarian cancers (HGSCs) are deadly malignancies that relapse despite carboplatin chemotherapy. Here we show that 16 independent primary HGSC samples contain a CA125-negative population enriched for carboplatin-resistant cancer...
Authors: Janzen DM, Tiourin E, Salehi JA, Paik DY, Lu J, Pellegrini M, Memarzadeh S.

Functional Gene Correction for Cystic Fibrosis in Lung Epithelial Cells Generated from Patient iPSCs.

Lung disease is a major cause of death in the United States, with current therapeutic approaches serving only to manage symptoms. The most common chronic and life-threatening genetic disease of the lung is cystic fibrosis (CF) caused by mutations in...
Authors: Firth AL, Menon T, Parker GS, Qualls SJ, Lewis BM, Ke E, Dargitz CT, Wright R1, Khanna A, Gage FH,...
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Generation of Naivetropic Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells from Parkinson\\\'s Disease Patients for High-Efficiency Genetic Manipulation and Disease Modeling.

The lack of robust Parkinson's disease (PD) phenotype in parkin knockout rodents and the identification of defective dopaminergic (DA) neurotransmission in midbrain DA neurons derived from induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSC) of PD patients with...
Authors: Hu Z,, Pu J, Jiang H, Zhong P, Qiu J, Li F, Wang X, Zhang B, Yan Z, Feng J1.
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