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Title: EXPLORING THE ALLOSTERIC INHIBITION MECHANISM OF HUMAN KIDNEY TYPE GLUTAMINASE TO ARREST CANCER CELL PROLIFERATION AND INVESTIGATING HAKAI MEDIATED UBIQUITINATION TOWARDS CONTROLLING CANCER CELL MIGRATION
Authors: SARATH RAMACHANDRAN
Keywords: KGA, hakai, compound 968, CB839, CBTBP
Issue Date: 22-Jan-2016
Citation: SARATH RAMACHANDRAN (2016-01-22). EXPLORING THE ALLOSTERIC INHIBITION MECHANISM OF HUMAN KIDNEY TYPE GLUTAMINASE TO ARREST CANCER CELL PROLIFERATION AND INVESTIGATING HAKAI MEDIATED UBIQUITINATION TOWARDS CONTROLLING CANCER CELL MIGRATION. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: The development and progression of cancer can be associated with certain hallmarks. Two among them are the altered cell metabolism (Warburg effect), and cancer cell invasion/progression mediated by post-translational modulation of cell signaling. In this thesis we have attempted to explore these two hallmarks towards understanding different avenues to arrest cancer cell growth
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