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cell lysis


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cell lysis

cell lysis

Redirecting NK cells mediated tumor cell lysis by a new recombinant bifunctional protein

Myeloma cells resistance to NK cell lysis mainly involves an HLA class I-dependent mechanism

LysK CHAP endopeptidase domain is required for lysis of live staphylococcal cells

Cyanobacterial cytoskeleton immunostaining: the detection of cyanobacterial cell lysis induced by planktopeptin BL1125

Acute spontaneous tumor lysis syndrome in a patient with squamous cell carcinoma of the lung

Gas vesicles isolated from Halobacterium cells by lysis in hypotonic solution are structurally weakened

Contribution of heat shock proteins to cell protection from complement-mediated lysis

TCR-mediated target cell lysis by CD4+NK1+ liver T lymphocytes.

Spontaneous tumor lysis syndrome in a case of B-cell non-Hodgkin's lymphoma

Lysis of Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type 1 Antigen-Expressing Cells by CD4 and CD8 T Cells Ex Vivo

Regulation of Natural Killer Cell-Mediated Swine Endothelial Cell Lysis through Genetic Remodeling of a Glycoantigen

Epithelial invasion and cell lysis by virulent strains of Streptococcus suis is enhanced by the presence of suilysin

Protection of xenogeneic cells from human complement-mediated lysis by the expression of human DAF, CD59 and MCP

Syndrome of inappropriate antidiuretic hormone associated with chemotherapy-induced tumour lysis in small-cell lung cancer: Case report and literature review

The non‐classical MHC molecule HLA‐G protects human muscle cells from immune‐mediated lysis: implications for myoblast transplantation and gene therapy

Mortalin/GRP75 promotes release of membrane vesicles from immune attacked cells and protection from complement-mediated lysis

Regulation of Complement-Mediated Swine Endothelial Cell Lysis by Herpes Simplex Virus Glycoprotein, gC1

 

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Disruption of the cell membrane, allowing the dissolution of the cell and exposure of its contents to the environment. Examples: bacteria undergo bacteriolysis, red blood cells experience hemolysis.

Subjects: Genetics and Genomics.


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