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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of overexpress.

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  • To study the role of TGF - β1 in the salivary gland, we created a transgenic mouse (β1glo) that conditionally overexpresses active TGF - β1 upon genomic recombination by Cre recombinase. β

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  • We utilized an in vivo tumor model that overexpresses p95-HER2 and showed it to be resistant to the signaling and antitumor effects of Trastuzumab.

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  • TYKERB is now indicated in combination with letrozole for the treatment of postmenopausal women with hormone receptor positive metastatic breast cancer that overexpresses the HER2 receptor for whom hormonal therapy is indicated.

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  • Transfecting cells with a gene expression vector overexpresses the gene, but still in an uncontrolled way, Balázsi noted.

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  • However, most of the published studies to identify mutant p53 target genes were performed in a cell system that artificially overexpresses mutant p53.

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  • Transfecting cells with a gene expression vector overexpresses the gene, but still in an uncontrolled way,

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  • Thus, the viral construct both overexpresses CREB in a subset of neurons and selectively makes the same subset vulnerable to diphtheria.

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  • A gas1 mutant that overexpresses Crh1p showed very high fluorescence both in intact and permeabilized cells.

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  • "Somehow the tumour gains extra copies and overexpresses them.

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