Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity / 2019 / Article / Fig 9

Research Article

DpdtbA-Induced Growth Inhibition in Human Esophageal Cancer Cells Involved Inactivation of the p53/EGFR/AKT Pathway

Figure 9

DpdtbA induced p53 deletion. (a) p53 deletion did not involve ubiquitination; (b) quantitative analyses of alterations of MDM2 and p53 (from twice measurements); (c) p53 deletion might involve stub1-mediated autophagy; (d) quantitative analyses of alterations of stub1 and p53 (from twice measurements). The conditions were as indicated. , .
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