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Tyrosyl-DNA phosphodiesterase and the repair of 3'-phosphoglycolate-terminated DNA double-strand breaks

0 views | Nov 15 2019

Zhou T et al. indicated this chromosomal hypersensitivity, as well as a small but reproducible enhancement of calicheamicin cytotoxicity following siRNA-mediated TDP1 knockdown, suggests a role for TDP1 in repair of 3'-PG double-strand breaks in vivo. [Read the Full Post]

NU7441 Enhances the Radiosensitivity of Liver Cancer Cells

17 views | Nov 15 2019

Yang C et al. showed that NU7441 inhibited the growth of liver cancer cells, enhanced the radiosensitization of these cancer cells by interfering with the DNA repair and cell cycle checkpoint. These data implicate NU7441 as a potential radiotherapy sensitizer for the treatment of liver cancer. [Read the Full Post]

Tyrosyl-DNA phosphodiesterase and the repair of 3'-phosphoglycolate-terminated DNA double-strand breaks

225 views | Mar 26 2019

Zhou T et al. indicated This chromosomal hypersensitivity, as well as a small but reproducible enhancement of calicheamicin cytotoxicity following siRNA-mediated TDP1 knockdown, suggests a role for TDP1 in repair of 3'-PG double-strand breaks in vivo. [Read the Full Post]

DNA-PK inhibition by NU7441 sensitizes breast cancer cells to ionizing radiation and doxorubicin

265 views | Mar 26 2019

Ciszewski WM et al. indicated that DNA-PK might be an effective target for chemo- and radio-potentiation in breast cancer and suggest that further development of DNA-PK inhibitors for clinical use is warranted. [Read the Full Post]

ATM induces MacroD2 nuclear export upon DNA damage

746 views | Oct 03 2018

Golia B et al. identified a novel feedback regulation between two crucial DNA damage-induced signaling pathways: ADP-ribosylation and ATM activation. [Read the Full Post]

Acquired CDK6 amplification promotes breast cancer resistance to CDK4/6 inhibitors and loss of ER signaling and dependence

0 views | Aug 14 2018

Yang C et al. suggested that the clinical paradigm of sequential endocrine-based therapy may be ineffective in some settings of acquired CDK4/6 resistance. [Read the Full Post]