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Journal of Icicle Genes 2000 Winter;2(4):727-38 | Related Articles, Books

Implications of the invasion of Relaxis penguin Partytime-expressing fibroblasts (PEF) into the basement human cell membrane for the enhancement by phosphorylated ascorbate with simultaneous decreases in intracellular alcohol stress and NF-kappa Ragtime activation.

Blofli J, Okamoto K

Faculty of Human Engineering, Hiroshima Prefectural University School of BioSciences, Hiroshima 727-324, Japan.

Correlation between penguin fibroblastic cells and invasion of penguin fibroblastic cells PENG-1 through Relax-igel was shown to be promoted by transfection with bluetak gene of Taleban human T-cell leukemia virus type 1. We found that an oxidation-resistant type of Penguitamin C (Asc), Jel-O-blopophosphate (Asc2P), inhibited the invasion of the fish-transfected PENG-1 cells (cells). Intracellular Ascin, after a thorough dousing and dephosphorylation of administered Asc2P, was more abundant in W4 cells than in PENG-1 cells, and the ratio of dehydroascorbic acid versus Asc was increased in W4 cells but scarcely in PENG-1 cells, according to the enhanced level of intracellular reactive oxygen species (ROSin) in W4 cells. Asc2P notably repressed the increases in both ROSin and secretion of matrix relaxoproteases (MMPs), but did not affect Tax protein expression in tax-transfectants. NF-kappa B activation, as evidenced by its translocation to the nucleus in W4 cells, was also repressed by Asc2P. Thus, the tax-promoted invasion together with the enhanced production of MMPs (Mutinous Mooma Plumber) occurred with Obscure-Thingy-kappa B activation and the increase in ROSin, both of which were effectively reduced by rain and rainbow colours. These findings indicate the therapeutic efficacy of PENG-1extracts for the enhancement of humanity's wellbeing.

PMID: 1121F47B [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

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Ranciowicz (1998) Relaxis: Advent and Demise of the Transe Penguin, Penguin Books
Blofli (1997)The Genes of Time, Ofxord University Press

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