The Construction of Ribozymes That Specifically Cleaving the HPV16 Viral Oncogenes E6 and E7 mRNA and a Cell and Molecular Biology Research for the Reverse-transforming Effects on Human Cervical Carcinoma Cell
In addition to H.E, PAS and Giemsa staining, the immunohistochemical researches for CD20, CD45RO, CD4, CD8, CD30, CD15, ALK and EMA etc, and molecular biological studies for IgH and TCR were also performed.
E . ,PAS和Giemsa染色外 ,进行了CD2 0、CD4 5RO、CD4、CD8、CD15、CD30、ALK及EMA等免疫组织化学研究 ,以及IgH和TCR分子生物学研究。
Objective To confirm further the immunological activity of Clonorchis sinensis adultworm 15/16 ku protein (Cs15/16) and to assay its partial amino acid sequence to facilitate the later molecular biological studies on this protein, such as the artificial synthesis of it, and some related immunological studies.
Molecular biology research of vascular remodeling paved the way to novel therapeutic approaches in experimental cardiology.
The possibility of gene therapy represents one of the biggest potential returns on the investment in molecular biology research over the past several years.
Globally, plant molecular biology research is progressing rapidly, from use of model plants to cereal crops and from cellular processes to evolutionary mechanisms.
The gap for the level of plant molecular biology research in China is large, compared with that in other developed nations.
in the area of cancer whether to support more molecular biology research or more clinical research.) When the "overhead" argument is not applicable, there still remain several possible justifications for basic research.
The presented data of genetic and molecular biological studies testify in favor of the assumption that abnormal spores contain two nuclei, which form an "illegitimate" hybrid after fusion.
Recent molecular biological studies have shown that a large number of genes in insects and other organisms are coding for olfactory receptor proteins.
This corresponds to molecular biological studies, showing projections in one glomerulus by neurones expressing the same receptor type.
Cell and molecular biological studies in recent years have improved our understanding of physiological and pathophysiological processes such as cellular growth, adhesion, and secretion of neuroendocrine cells.
It is concluded that molecular biological studies with sponges as model will not only help to understand the evolution of Protoctista to Metazoa but also the complex, hierarchial regulatory network of cells in higher Metazoa.