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  • Higher Intermediate Fare.

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Examples

  • Some are started by HIF, some start themselves and join HIF as a chapter, and some maintain their independence.

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  • Tumours with low vitamin C levels had more of a protein called HIF-1 which allows them to thrive in conditions of stress, "she said."

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • Professors Jong-Wan Park and Yang-Sook Chun claimed to have discovered that the chemical YC-1, found on a protein complex known as HIF-1, could be used to kill a tumor by starving it of oxygen and nutrients.

    Courthouse News Service

  • Tumours with low vitamin C levels had more of a protein called HIF-1 which allows them to thrive in conditions of stress.

    NZ On Screen

  • The study, published in Cancer Research journal, found tumours with low vitamin C levels had more of a protein called HIF-1, which allowed them to thrive in conditions of stress.

    Stuff.co.nz - Stuff

  • Teasing out the molecular details, the researchers discovered that low oxygen activates an intermediary called the HIF-1 complex, which reprograms the cascade of steps that ultimately controls the cell's response.

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

  • Under normoxia, the α − subunit is hydroxylated (the process by which the compound is oxidised via the introduction of - OH, or hydroxyl, groups) by a group of cytoplasmic enzymes, known as HIF prolyl-4-hydroxylases.

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  • Worms secrete a protein called HIF that helps keep their cells alive when oxygen is scarce

    Muti

  • The study focused on a protein called HIF that helps keep worms 'cells alive when oxygen is scarce.

    Muti

  • [44] or whether it can affect gene expression pathways, such as HIF-1 and p53 pathways, to improve tumor response to drugs is a fascinating research field in cancer therapy that deserves further studies.

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