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By David M. Terrian
A set of with ease reproducible experimental equipment for learning the subversion of standard mobile signaling that ends up in melanoma. provided in step by step aspect to make sure profitable effects, the tools contain confirmed innovations for the research of apoptosis and cellphone demise, complementary protocols for manipulating and/or tracking oncogenic indications in melanoma cells, and methods for learning protein-protein interactions. an in depth protocol for taking pictures natural samples of malignant cells from frozen tissue specimens and replacement options for studying their genomic DNA is additionally defined.
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Additional resources for Cancer Cell Signaling: Methods and Protocols (Methods in Molecular Biology Vol 218)
Treatment of cells with oxidants, such as hydrogen peroxide or agents that induce reactive oxygen intermediates, has been shown to induce many cellular signaling pathways and, in some cases, cell apoptosis. Many chemotherapeutic treatments used to induce cell death do so via the induction of oxygen radicals. It is thought that oxidative stress can create, or modify the strength of, protein–protein interactions in cells that do not typically occur, or are weaker, under normal redox conditions. In this chapter, I describe a method to measure the strength of protein–protein interactions that may be enhanced during oxidative stress using the yeast two-hybrid system.
Transfer cells into T-75 flask with feeder cells and add medium to 15 mL. Change medium at d 1 or d 2 and passage at d 3. 2. 1. Cloning of Genomic DNA Coding a Target Gene A genomic DNA coding the gene of interest for constructing a targeting vector is needed. A genomic library from the same strain of mice with the ES cells should be used. Plaque hybridization was performed to get a genomic DNA in this section (see Note 5). 1. Library: 129SV Mouse Genomic Library in the Lambda FIXII Vector was purchased from Stratagene and screening was performed following manufacture’s protocol (Stratagene, La Jolla, CA).
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