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Cancer Stem Cells and Radiotherapy: New Insights Into Tumor Radioresistance

Multiple factors conferring high radioresistance in insect Sf9 cells

Association of ATM activation and DNA repair with induced radioresistance after low-dose irradiation

Reprogramming mediated radio-resistance of 3D-grown cancer cells

Hypoxia-inducible factor 1–mediated characteristic features of cancer cells for tumor radioresistance

P17.82ITGA6 IS INVOLVED IN RADIORESISTANCE OF GLIOBLASTOMA STEM CELLS

Mutant alleles of Schizosaccharomyces pombe rad9 + alter hydroxyurea resistance, radioresistance and checkpoint control

P-0005MICRORNA-381 REGULATE ESOPHAGEAL SQUAMOUS CELL CARCINOMA CELL APOPTOSIS AND RADIORESISTANCE BY TARGETING XIAP

P17.17INHIBITION OF DNA DAMAGE RESPONSE ABROGATES GLIOBLASTOMA CANCER STEM CELL RADIORESISTANCE

USP1 targeting impedes GBM growth by inhibiting stem cell maintenance and radioresistance

Homologous recombination mediates S-phase-dependent radioresistance in cells deficient in DNA polymerase eta

Induction of MET by Ionizing Radiation and Its Role in Radioresistance and Invasive Growth of Cancer

How Scatter Factor Receptor c-MET Contributes to Tumor Radioresistance: Ready, Set, Scatter!

Hyper-radiosensitivity and induced radioresistance and bystander effects in rodent and human cells as a function of radiation quality

High linear-energy-transfer radiation can overcome radioresistance of glioma stem-like cells to low linear-energy-transfer radiation

Restoration of G1 chemo/radioresistance and double-strand-break repair proficiency by wild-type but not endonuclease-deficient Artemis

Both V(D)J recombination and radioresistance require DNA-PK kinase activity, though minimal levels suffice for V(D)J recombination

 

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The relative resistance of cells, tissues, organs, or organisms to the injurious action of radiation. Ultraviolet-resistant bacteria, for example, can excise ultraviolet-induced thymine dimers from their DNA. See Deinococcus radiodurans.

Subjects: Genetics and Genomics.


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