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Research Article

Cellular Levels of Oxidative Stress Affect the Response of Cervical Cancer Cells to Chemotherapeutic Agents

Table 1

Relative expression (SiHa versus CaSki) of genes involved in oxidative stress and antioxidant defense.

GenesFoldSt. dev.

Downregulated genesAOX1−3.91951 2.099233
NCF2−73.40514.30477
OXR1−3.499890.529737

Upregulated genesCYBA4.2752.269813
DUSP16.582.870854
GPX11.60.381838
GPX52.0851.421285
GPX62.6252.043539
GSS2.0851.421285
PRDX14.3150.982878
PRDX213.19511.10865
SELS5.6351.916259
SOD17.7454.249712
SOD23.840.127279
SOD33.0552.38295

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