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cytoprotection

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  • noun biology The process by which various compounds protect cells from damage

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  • Pemberton AD, Brown JK, Inglis NF (2010) (2010) Proteomic identification of interactions between histones and plasma proteins: implications for cytoprotection.

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  • L, Matsumoto G, et al. (2004) Celastrols as inducers of the heat shock response and cytoprotection.

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  • Conformal hypofractionated and accelerated radiotherapy with cytoprotection (HypoARC) for high risk prostatic carcinoma: rationale, technique and early experience.

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  • Hirata M, Takatani T, Matsuda T, et al. (2004) Expression of taurine transporter is regulated through the TonE (tonicity-responsive element) / TonEBP (TonE-binding protein) pathway and contributes to cytoprotection in HepG2 cells.

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  • Of these hits, 136 were retested in dose-response against HIV-1IIIB replication in a CEM-SS cytoprotection assay.

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  • Of these hits, 136 were retested in dose-response against HIV-1IIIB replication in a CEM-SS cytoprotection assay.

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  • Importantly its presence in the cytoplasm of interphase cells correlates with tumour resistance to radiation therapy, and forced relocation to the nucleus facilitates its destruction and abrogates its cytoprotection.

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