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Apoptosis/Leukemia/p53/Radiation/Transfection. The effects of X-rays on cell survival, apoptosis, and long-term response in the development of cell death as measured by the dye exclusion test were studied in human leukemic MOLT-4 cells (p53 wild-type) stably transfected with a mutant p53 cDNA expression vector. Cell survival, as determined from colony-forming ability, was increased in an expression level dependent manner, but the increase was partial even with the highest-expressing clone (B3).doi:10.1269/jrr.44.179 pmid:13678348 fatcat:fth6cuckjvay3purusumx2hw3y