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  • noun Subsequent, or repeated expression

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  • Some functional changes, which affect many cellular properties, are associated with the shift of resting cells to growing state after infection with polyoma virus or SV40 (33, 34); other changes observed in transformed and in cancer cells in general consist of the reexpression of cellular genes normally expressed in a preceding state of differentiation, in foetal life (35).

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  • Such a change could result from the reexpression of foetal functions to make the transformed cells anachronistic, i.e. belonging to a stage of differentiation inappropriate to that of the organism which contains them.

    Renato Dulbecco - Nobel Lecture

  • PARP-1 activation was rescued by reexpression of Ku, but was refractory to manipulation of DNA-dependent protein kinase or ATM.

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  • Some authors suggest that natural, albeit low level expression of revertant dystrophin in humans may prevent any immune response on dystrophin reexpression induced through gene therapy

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  • For all genes which did not have tissue mRNA expression array information amenable to COPA analysis, we considered only statistically significant reexpression after 5-aza treatment. 46 genes were studied that had an experimental versus baseline expression (E / B) 2.0, based on the 90\% confidence interval and E-B > 50.

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  • One recent publication showed that EMT mediated loss of contact inhibition in hepatocarcinoma cells, and reexpression of E-cadherin restored cell-cell contacts Mouse monoclonal antibodies were used to detect E-cadherin (BD Transduction Labs.,

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  • One recent publication showed that EMT mediated loss of contact inhibition in hepatocarcinoma cells, and reexpression of E-cadherin restored cell-cell contacts Mouse monoclonal antibodies were used to detect E-cadherin (BD Transduction Labs.,

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  • One recent publication showed that EMT mediated loss of contact inhibition in hepatocarcinoma cells, and reexpression of E-cadherin restored cell-cell contacts Mouse monoclonal antibodies were used to detect E-cadherin (BD Transduction Labs.,

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