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Identification and characterisation of a novel gene, DWNN, isolated from promoter-trapped Chinese hamster ovary cells
(University of the Western Cape, 2005)
The process of cytotoxic T lymphocyte (CTL) killing involves the recognition and destruction of foreign antigens by cytotoxic T cells and is of crucial importance to the defence of the organism against viral infections. ...
Investigation into the role of DWNN in cell death
(University of the Western Cape, 2004)
Many genes are activated to influence the self-destruction programme of the cell. This programme entails synchronised instigation and implementation of numerous subprograms. The arrival of gene targeting aided in the ...
Screening of natural products and alkylating agents for antineoplastic activity
Apoptosis is a process in which a cell programmes its own death. It is a highly organized physiological mechanism in which injured or damaged cells are destroyed. Apart from physiological stimuli however, exogenous factors ...