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Anti-c-myc cholesterol-based lipoplexes: development, characterisation and evaluation as Onconanotherapeutic agents in vitro.
Strategies aimed at inhibiting the expression of the c-myc oncogene could provide the basis for alternative cancer treatment. In this regard, silencing c-myc expression using small interfering RNA (siRNA) is an attractive ...
Some aspects of development and cell wall properties of the desiccation-sensitive embryos of Encephalartos natalensis (Zamiaceae)
The present investigation can be divided into two main sections: the first dealing with the post-shedding embryogenesis of Encephalartos natalensis and the second concerned with the cell wall properties of immature and ...
Functionalised gold nanoparticle delivery for c-MYC siRNA in cancer gene therapy.
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The extracellular matrix regulates myoblast migration during wound healing.
Mammalian skeletal muscle can regenerate after injury and this response is primarily mediated by the satellite cell, a muscle stem cell. Following injury, satellite cells are activated to myoblasts, undergo rapid ...
Extracellular matrix factors influence myoblast activation, differentiation and fusion.
Satellite cells are muscle stem cells that reside in a niche between the basal lamina and sarcolemma of mature muscle fibers. Upon muscle injury, these cells are activated to myoblasts that subsequently proliferate, ...