Pluto Bioinformatics

GSE141218: RGS2-mediated translational control drives cellular dormancy and resistance to ER-stress-induced apoptosis by inducing proteasome-mediated ATF4 degradation

Bulk RNA sequencing

Slow-cycling/dormant cancer cells (SCCs) are thought to cause cancer relapse, but the underlying biology remains obscure. A subpopulation of SCCs has been found even in rapidly growing tumors and cancer cell lines. To investigate the mechanism underlying cellular dormancy, we obtained SCCs from three NSCLC cell lines (H460, H1299, and SK-MES-1) and PDX tumor by using a cell proliferation-dependent fluorescent dye (CSFE). SOURCE: Ho-Young Lee ( - Seoul National University

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