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“…Two mM HU was added to the sub-confluent cultures for 20 h to block the cells in early S-phase. 25 Although it has been reported that HU is toxic to some cells, preliminary studies indicated that HU was not toxic to either MCF-7 or MCF-12A cells. Cells were rinsed with PBS (3 x 10 min, 37 o C) to wash out the HU and to allow the synchronized cells to continue through S-phase.…”
Section: Cell Cycle Length Determinationmentioning
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“…Two mM HU was added to the sub-confluent cultures for 20 h to block the cells in early S-phase. 25 Although it has been reported that HU is toxic to some cells, preliminary studies indicated that HU was not toxic to either MCF-7 or MCF-12A cells. Cells were rinsed with PBS (3 x 10 min, 37 o C) to wash out the HU and to allow the synchronized cells to continue through S-phase.…”
Section: Cell Cycle Length Determinationmentioning
“…Furthermore, the ERa and ERh status of hormone-mediated cancers is correlated with CYP1B1 expression (54) through CYP1B1-mediated transformation of estrogen into 4-hydroxyestradiol (4-OHE 2 ; refs. 55,56). However, the effect of estrogen on the expression of CYP1B1 is most likely tissue specific.…”
Section: Sex Steroid Hormonal Regulationmentioning
“…The formation of 4-OHE 2 by CYP1B1 also results in an increased rate of cell proliferation and expression of estrogen-inducible genes, such as the PR (55,56). Furthermore, CYP1B1 and PR genotypes are associated with increased risk of cancer in the Japanese population (58).…”
Section: Sex Steroid Hormonal Regulationmentioning
“…Membrane-bound form of ERα, ERβ, or both is suggested to be associated with nongenomic pathway which may provide the plat-form for the crosstalk with growth factor-mediated signaling transduction pathways (72,73). It is thought that either ER or growth factor-mediated signaling pathway is converged on activation of MAPK pathways that play a critical role in regulation of apoptosis, cell proliferation, and cell-cycle control, thereby, leading to growth of tissue and/or tumor (67,72) (23,77). It is of our special interest that O-methoxylated catechol estrogens also displayed the proliferative effects via genomic ER signaling pathways and enhanced tumor growth in animal models (26,27).…”
Section: Estrogen Receptor Signaling-mediated Carci-nogenesismentioning
“…Catechol estrogen metabolites and ROS have been shown to modify the gene structure, number of chromosomes, and activities of proteins associated with redox signaling and contribute to initiating and/or promoting the cellular transformation (15,(19)(20)(21). In addition, the catechol estrogen metabolites display the ER-mediated estrogenic action (22,23), implying that the catechol estrogens are attributed to both their direct genotoxic effects as well as ER-mediated Invited Mini Review http://bmbreports.org Fig. 1.…”
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