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Abstract: Identification of the precise molecular pathways involved in oncogene-induced transformation may help us gain a better understanding of tumor initiation and promotion. Here, we demonstrate that SOX2 + foregut epithelial cells are prone to oncogenic transformation upon mutagenic insults, such as Kras G12D and p53 deletion. GFP-based lineage-tracing experiments indicate that SOX2 ...

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In addition, Protein & Cell addresses research highlights, news and views, and commentaries covering research policies and funding trends in China, and provides a forum to foster academic exchange among researchers across different fields of the life sciences. Protein & Cell is a peer-reviewed open access journal published monthly. The open ...

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By contrast, eukaryotic cells are larger and thus contain much more protein. For instance, yeast cells have been estimated to contain about 50 million proteins and human cells on the order of 1 to 3 billion. The concentration of individual protein copies ranges from a few molecules per cell up to 20 million.

ghr.nlm.nih.gov/primer/howgeneswork/protein

What are proteins and what do they do? Proteins are large, complex molecules that play many critical roles in the body. They do most of the work in cells and are required for the structure, function, and regulation of the body’s tissues and organs.

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In addition, Protein & Cell addresses research highlights, news and views, and commentaries covering research policies and funding trends in China, and provides a forum to foster academic exchange among researchers across different fields of the life sciences. Protein & Cell is a peer-reviewed open access journal published monthly. The open ...

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www.thoughtco.com/proteins-373564

Proteins are very important biological molecules in cells.By weight, proteins are collectively the major component of the dry weight of cells. They can be used for a variety of functions from cellular support to cell signaling and cellular locomotion. Examples of proteins include antibodies, enzymes, and some types of hormones (insulin). While proteins have many diverse functions, all are ...

www.proteinatlas.org

News: Single cells within tumor and metastasis harbor genetic differences. Over time, cells accumulate DNA mutations, that if transcribed and translated influence gene expression and/or function of the protein.

book.bionumbers.org/how-many-proteins-are-in-a-cell

For example, how many proteins are in a cell? That is, the total number of protein molecules rather than the number of different types. Before reviewing published measurements we can try and estimate this value from properties of the cell we may already know. Protein content scales roughly linearly with cell volume or mass.

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/journals/2359

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