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Effects of Over-Expression of LOC92912 Gene on Cell Cycle Progression Original Article
J Med Sci December
We had previously identified the genes involved in squamous cell carcinoma of the head and neck using differential display and DNA microarray techniques. We also reported the first analytical study on a novel human gene called LOC92912, which was identified by differential display as a gene up-regulated in such carcinomas. LOC92912, which is a putative member of the E2 ubiquitin conjugating enzyme family, is located on chromosome 15q and encodes a protein of 375 amino acids. In this study, wefatcat:p3zpukchxbdrtjecghr2ctgini