Validating microarray data with real time rt pcr
While numerous mechanisms have been proposed in addition to those discussed in this review, a major lesson from the laboratory has been the realisation that resistance is both highly complex and heterogeneous and it is clear that more work is needed to identify and improve clinical outcome of patients with ER-positive breast cancers.
In both pre- and postmenopausal woman estrogen production occurs locally in the normal tissues of subcutaneous fat, the breast, muscle tissue and bone, where it is produced by the enzymatic conversion of androgens (androstenedione and testosterone) by aromatase [1, 3–8] (Figure 1).
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To achieve this goal we genetically transformed Arabidopsis thaliana with an ACS (Aminocyclopropane-1-carboxylic acid synthase) gene.
Using quantitative real-time PCR (q PCR), we previously confirmed that the ACS gene was upregulated in poplar (Populus trichocarpa) plants when exposed to environmental pollutants including ozone and methyl vinyl ketone.
While the invention of endocrine therapies has revolusioned the treatment of the disease, resistance to therapy eventually occurs in a large number of patients.
This paper seeks to illustrate and discuss the complexity and heterogeneity of the mechanisms which underlie resistance and the approaches proposed to combat them.
World Health Organization estimates that one in eight person die from air pollution.
The main objective of our study is to analyze the feasibility of genetically engineered plants to remove polluting volatile compounds from air.