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OncoTargets and Therapy, ISSN 1178-6930, 10/2016, Volume 9, pp. 6727 - 6732
.... The groups were as follows: negative group, blank group, negative plus endostatin group, endostatin group, SG1 group, SG2 group, SG1 plus endostatin group, and SG2 plus endostatin group... 
Ring formation | Esophageal cancer-associated lymphatic endothelial cells | VEGF-C | Proliferation | Esophageal squamous carcinoma cells | ring formation | NODE METASTASIS | proliferation | ONCOLOGY | BIOTECHNOLOGY & APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY | LYMPHANGIOGENESIS | EXPRESSION | esophageal squamous carcinoma cells | esophageal cancer-associated lymphatic endothelial cells | Genetic aspects | Research | Vascular endothelial growth factor | Analysis | Esophageal cancer | Endothelium | Care and treatment | Squamous cell carcinoma | Development and progression | Gene expression | Health aspects | Diabetic retinopathy | Lymphatic system | Laboratories | Brain cancer | Metastasis | Kinases | Design | Angiogenesis | Plasmids | Fibroblasts | Diabetes | Prostate | the alive cells quantity in blank control group were the largest | Endostatin group was for the esophageal cancer cells conditional medium of optimum concentration endostatin processed | SG1 plus endostatin group and SG2 plus endostatin group. There was no statistical significance between the comparison of SG1 group and SG2 group | SG1 group | SG1 plus endostatin group and SG2 plus endostatin group (P >0.05). The comparison between rest groups had statistical significance (P | negative plus endostatin group | the three dimensional culture results of negative control group was the highest | of which were the negative plus endostatin group | SG2 group was for the conditional medium of SG2 plasmid transfected esophageal cancer cells | then followed by blank control group | endostatin group | Negative control group was for the conditional medium of empty plasmid transfected esophageal cancer cells | Objective To investigate the effects of VEGF-C inRNA eukaryotic expression vector and expression of endostatin on esophageal squamous carcinoma-related ring formation in vitro and proliferation of lymphatic endothelial cells. Methods KYSE150 cells were subjected to analysis of cell transfection and endostatin operation. The conditional medium was prepared as well. Blank control group was for the conditional medium of esophageal cancer cells without transfection | negative plus endostatin group did not have statistical significance (P>0.05) | SG1 group and negative plus endostatin group | SG1 plus endostatin group and SG2 plus endostatin group. The esophageal cancer related microlymphatic endothelial cells were three-dimensional cultured and was calculated for the various cells formed tube-like structures. CCK-8 assay was employed to detect the cell proliferation condition. Result Generally comparison | SG2 plus endostatin group. The comparsion between SG1 plus endostatin group and SG2 endostatin group did not have statistical significance (P>0.05) | SG2 group and endostation group | SG2 group and negative plus endostatin group | There were also additional three groups | SG2 group | SG1 group was for the conditional medium of SG1 plasmid transfected with esophageal cancer cells | SG1 group and endostation group | the comparison between rest groups had statistical significance (P | then followed by negative control group | the comparsion between every two of SG1 group | SG1 plus endostatin group
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Polymer Chemistry, ISSN 1759-9954, 08/2015, Volume 6, Issue 31, pp. 5693 - 5704
The functionalization of alkoxyamines prior to nitroxide-mediated polymerization (NMP) induces important structural variations when compared to the parent... 
POLYMER SCIENCE | ON BOND HOMOLYSIS | END-GROUP | N-BUTYL ACRYLATE | METHYL-METHACRYLATE | RADICAL EMULSION POLYMERIZATION | VERSATILE TOOL | CHAINS | SG1 | COPOLYMERIZATION | MACROINITIATORS | Rate constants | Acrylonitriles | Polymerization | Polarity | Polymethyl methacrylates | Conjugation | Derivatives | Hydrogen bonding | or physical chemistry | Chemical Sciences | Theoretical and
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Macromolecules, ISSN 0024-9297, 12/2010, Volume 43, Issue 24, pp. 10320 - 10325
The N-phenylalkoxyamine N-(1-methyl-(1-(4-nitrophenoxy)carbonyl)ethoxy)-N-(1-methyl-(1-(4-nitrophenoxy)carbonyl)ethyl)benzenamine (1) was prepared by the... 
MODEL ALKOXYAMINES | POLYMER SCIENCE | BLOCK-COPOLYMERS | HOMOLYSIS | DECOMPOSITION | ACRYLAMIDE | CONSTANT | SYSTEMS | C-ON BOND | SG1 | INITIATORS
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EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF MASS SPECTROMETRY, ISSN 1469-0667, 04/2019, Volume 25, Issue 2, pp. 229 - 238
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Journal of Physical Organic Chemistry, ISSN 0894-3230, 04/2006, Volume 19, Issue 4, pp. 269 - 275
.... An influence of long‐range polar and steric effects on kd was observed, that is, decrease in kd with increasing size of the X group and increase in kd with increasing polarity of the X group. Copyright © 2006 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd... 
polar and steric effects | multiparameter analysis | long‐range effects | homolysis | alkoxyamines | Multiparameter analysis | Long-range effects | Homolysis | Alkoxyamines | Polar and steric effects | DESIGN | NITROXIDES | SG1-BASED ALKOXYAMINES | FREE-RADICAL POLYMERIZATION | CHEMISTRY, ORGANIC | CHEMISTRY, PHYSICAL | ARRHENIUS PARAMETERS | KINETICS | RATE CONSTANTS | C-ON BOND | SG1 | long-range effects | Polymers | Chemical Sciences
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European journal of organic chemistry, ISSN 1434-193X, 2006, Volume 2006, Issue 7, pp. 1755 - 1768
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Journal of Molecular Graphics, ISSN 0263-7855, 1996, Volume 14, Issue 5, pp. 287 - 290
The graphics program MDMovie (Molecular Dynamics Movie), written in C using IRIS GL graphics library calls, is designed to facilitate the visualization and... 
molecular dynamics | interactive computer graphics | SGI workstations | Molecular dynamics | SG1 workstations | Interactive computer graphics | Models, Molecular | Computer Graphics | Thermodynamics | Software
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