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  • Indirect Tumor Inhibitory Effects of MicroRNA-124 through Targeting EZH2 in The Multiple Myeloma Cell Line. [Journal Article]
    Cell J 2020; 22(1):23-29Sabour Takanlu J, Aghaie Fard A, … Nikbakht M
  • CONCLUSIONS: It seems that assembling of H3K27me3 mark mediated by EZH2 is one of the key mechanisms of suppressing CDKN2A gene expression in MM disease. However, this suppressive function is applied by a multi-factor mechanism. In other words, targeting EZH2, as the core functional subunit of PRC2 complex, can increase expression of the downstream suppressive genes. Consequently, by increasing expression of tumor suppressor genes, myeloma cells are stopped from aberrant expansions and they become susceptible to regulated cellular death.
  • Dimethoate blocks pubertal differentiation of Leydig cells in rats. [Journal Article]
    Chemosphere 2019; 241:125036Dong Y, Wang Y, … Ge RS
  • Dimethoate is an organophosphate pesticide. It is widely used in agriculture. However, whether it blocks pubertal development of Leydig cells remains unknown. In the current study, we exposed male Sprague Dawley rats with 7.5 and 15 mg kg-1 dimethoate from postnatal day 35-56. We also exposed Leydig cells isolated from 35-day-old rats for 3 h. Dimethoate reduced serum testosterone levels at 7.5 a…
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