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  • n. the state of being oncogenic

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  • Chronic toxicity may take the following forms: oncogenicity - cancercausing teratogenity - causing deformities in offspring mutagenicity - causing genetic mutations reproductive effects effecting an individual's capacity to bear young

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  • In the present study, we have characterized the genomic changes that may explain the enhanced oncogenicity of the CH-ES1 teratocarcinoma-like hESC line relative to other pluripotent cell lines.

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  • The aim of this study was to characterize the molecular basis of the oncogenicity of CH-ES1 cells, we looked for abnormal chromosomal copy number (by array Comparative Genomic Hybridization, aCGH) and single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs).

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  • As part of the Pathology/Toxicology team you will have the opportunity to contribute to a wide range of studies ranging from acute efficacy to oncogenicity studies.

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  • Strikingly, restoration of Panx2 expression significantly reduced in vitro oncogenicity parameters, including monolayer saturation density and anchorage-independent growth, as well as in vivo tumor growth.

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  • In this study, we explored the potential inverse correlation between Panx2 and glioma oncogenicity.

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  • Due to these shifts, prevalence and incidence of other HPV types may increase and therefore may change the oncogenicity of these types.

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