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  • n. An abnormally high rate of proliferation of cells by rapid division


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  • We've introduced genes that disrupt normal controls and drive the proliferation of the cell, and we've found several genes that cause hyperproliferation.

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  • Postnatal K5-Cre ERT mediated inactivation of Notch1 in the skin results in hyperproliferation with expansion of the proliferative basal cell layer, hair loss and epidermal cyst formation within less then one month

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  • This prompted us to investigate whether G-CSF might be responsible for the myeloid hyperproliferation.

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  • There is no greater spur to hyperproliferation than the furling of the American nuclear umbrella.

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  • Upon activation of PPARβ/δ, transgenic mice sustain an inflammatory skin disease strikingly similar to psoriasis, featuring hyperproliferation of keratinocytes, dendritic cell accumulation, and endothelial activation.

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  • Moreover, Ki67 staining demonstrated massive hyperproliferation in the basal layer of the epidermis (fig. 3g).

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  • Because missile defense is essential for protecting ourselves from the most menacing threat of the coming century -- nuclear hyperproliferation.

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  • Inv-Cldn6-CΔ187 transgenic mice overexpressing a cytoplasmic tail-ablated Cldn6 display epidermal hyperproliferation, apparently due to an inefficiency of Cldn protein membrane targeting, as a result of the unfolded protein response pathway

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  • In contrast, apparently normal prenatal epidermal development and formation of a functioning EPB, but an abnormal postnatal lifelong keratinocyte hyperproliferation leading to progressive thickening of the epidermis - but no dermatitis, results when a mutant form of Cldn6 lacking its entire tail domain

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  • Heath V, Suh HC, Holman M, Renn K, Gooya JM, et al. (2004) C/EBPalpha deficiency results in hyperproliferation of hematopoietic progenitor cells and disrupts macrophage development in vitro and in vivo.

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