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CD98 - cell surface glycoprotein that promotes cell adhesion, growth, and survival
CD98 is a heterodimeric glycoprotein that contains an 80 kDa heavy chain and a 40 kDa light chain. The CD98 heavy chain is also known as the 4F2 antigen heavy chain or FRP-1, and it is encoded by the SLC3A2 gene. The CD98 heavy chain is capable of... Read full blog post.
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There are two opposing sides to the controversial cysteine/glutamate antiporter. On one hand, it can be viewed a guardian of the cell, protecting it from the damaging oxidative stress that can cause cell death and even cancer. But, conversely, it has... Read full blog post.
Glutathione and xCT: Chemoresistance in Tumor Cells
Glutathione, called GSH in its reduced form and GSSG or L(-)-Glutathione in its oxidized form, is an endogenous antioxidant found in most cells in the body. Glutathione's functions include detoxifying xenobiotics from the body, assisting in membrane t... Read full blog post.