radioresistance


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radioresistance

n. radiorresistencia, resistencia a los efectos de una radiación.
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There is a long-lasting debate in the literature about the clinical relevance for chemo- and radioresistance of functional inactivation of the tumor suppressor TP53 (el-Deiry, 2003).
STAT3 is constitutively active in most tumour cells and interestingly, its activation has been associated with chemoresistance and radioresistance.
Lung cancer stem cells have specific characteristics of all stem cells, including chemo-resistance and radioresistance, the ability to self-renew, the ability to produce a large number of multilineage progeny, and slow proliferation.
Insulin-like growth factor-I receptor overexpression mediates cellular radioresistance and local breast cancer recurrence after lumpectomy and radiation.
Glioma stem cells promote radioresistance by preferential activation of the DNA damage response.
The oncogenic kinase Pim-1 is modulated by K-Ras signaling and mediates transformed growth and radioresistance in human pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma cells.
The putative radioresistance and low PSA at the time of radiologic progression prompted pathology review.
Notch promotes radioresistance of glioma stem cells.
Radiation has been used to treat squamous cell carcinomas in avian species with some success; however, radioresistance is common.
11) Other effects of low-level radiation on cell survival have been observed and are referred to as "low-dose hypersensitivity," "increased radiation radioresistance," and "death-inducing effects.
Measuring hypoxia and predicting tumor radioresistance with nuclear medicine assays.
Radiation therapy is never indicated because schwannomas exhibit a high degree of radioresistance.