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MTDH and β-catenin are overexpressed and nucleic localization in DLBCL cell lines.

By Xueling Ge (154276), Xiao Lv (154278), Lili Feng (154280), Xiaoqian Liu (154284), Junming Gao (154287), Na Chen (153323) and Xin Wang (91924)


<p>(A) Expression of MTDH (75 kDa) and β-catenin (94 kDa) were detected in the indicated cell lines. PBMCs represent peripheral blood mononuclear cells from healthy samples. Expression of β-actin was used as loading control. (B) Subcellular protein fractionation using the cell lysates of 2 DLBCL cell lines revealed that MTDH and β-catenin were localized in the nucleus (N) and possibly also in the cytoplasm (C) and. The expression of β-actin in the cytoplasm and H3 in the nucleus served as controls for the efficiency of subcellular fractionation.</p

Topics: Cell Biology, Genetics, Molecular Biology, Hematology, overexpressed, nucleic, localization, dlbcl
Year: 2012
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0039449.g001
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