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Concept Cell Cycle
Concept Cell Cycle Proteins
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Academic Article Microarray analysis of genes in fetal central nervous system after ethylnitrosourea administration.
Academic Article Etoposide induces G2/M arrest and apoptosis in neural progenitor cells via DNA damage and an ATM/p53-related pathway.
Academic Article Repair process of fetal brain after 5-azacytidine-induced damage.
Academic Article Gene expression profiles in the fetal mouse brain after etoposide (VP-16) administration.
Academic Article Molecular mechanisms of hydroxyurea(HU)-induced apoptosis in the mouse fetal brain.
Academic Article Expression of p53 and its transcriptional target genes mRNAs in the ethylnitrosourea-induced apoptosis and cell cycle arrest in the fetal central nervous system.
Academic Article Ethylnitrosourea induces neural progenitor cell apoptosis after S-phase accumulation in a p53-dependent manner.
Academic Article Hydroxyurea (HU)-induced apoptosis in the mouse fetal lung.
Academic Article Cell cycle progression is required for nuclear migration of neural progenitor cells.
Academic Article Etoposide induces TRP53-dependent apoptosis and TRP53-independent cell cycle arrest in trophoblasts of the developing mouse placenta.
Academic Article Cell cycle and cell death regulation of neural progenitor cells in the 5-azacytidine (5AzC)-treated developing fetal brain.
Academic Article C-type natriuretic peptide induces redifferentiation of vascular smooth muscle cells with accelerated reendothelialization.
Academic Article Mechanisms of neurotoxicity induced in the developing brain of mice and rats by DNA-damaging chemicals.
Academic Article Etoposide induces apoptosis and cell cycle arrest of neuroepithelial cells in a p53-related manner.
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