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Family of hemorphins: co-relations between amino acid sequences and effects in cell cultures

Peptides

Jun 27, 2002

Elena Yu BlishchenkoVadim T Ivanov

PMID: 12084521

Abstract

Hemorphins, i.e. endogenous fragments of beta-globin chain segment (32-41) LVVYPWTQRY(F) suppress the growth of transformed murine fibroblasts L929 cell culture, the effect is due to cytotoxicity and inhibition of cell proliferation. The contribution of cytotoxicity depends on the prese...read more

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Metaplastic Cell Transformation
Specimen Type - Fibroblasts
Observation Method - Cytotoxicity
Carboxy-Terminal Amino Acid
Mus
Peptide Fragments
VV-hemorphin-7
Tumor Cells, Cultured
Fragments
Cell Count
3
1
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Family of hemorphins: co-relations between amino acid sequences and effects in cell cultures

Peptides

Jun 27, 2002

Elena Yu BlishchenkoVadim T Ivanov

PMID: 12084521

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Abstract

Hemorphins, i.e. endogenous fragments of beta-globin chain segment (32-41) LVVYPWTQRY(F) suppress the growth of transformed murine fibroblasts L929 cell culture, the effect is due to cytotoxicity and inhibition of cell proliferation. The contribution of cytotoxicity depends on the prese...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Metaplastic Cell Transformation
Specimen Type - Fibroblasts
Observation Method - Cytotoxicity
Carboxy-Terminal Amino Acid
Mus
Peptide Fragments
VV-hemorphin-7
Tumor Cells, Cultured
Fragments
Cell Count
3
1

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