Anti-apoptotic A1 is not essential for lymphoma development in E mu-Myc mice but helps sustain transplanted E mu-Myc tumour cells
Mark Mensink, Natasha S Anstee, Mikara Robati, Robyn L Schenk, Marco J Herold, Suzanne Cory, Cassandra J Vandenberg
Cell Death & Differentiation | NATURE PUBLISHING GROUP | Published : 2018
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Awarded by NHMRC Independent Research Institute Infrastructure Support Scheme
We thank K Hughes, C D'Alessandro, G Siciliano, J Corbin, J McManus and T Nikolaou for technical assistance; K Campbell, A Delbridge and S Glaser for tumour samples; and the institute's flow cytometry facility for skilled support. This work was supported by funding from the NHMRC (Australia) program grant 1016701; US Leukaemia and Lymphoma Society Specialized Center for Research Grant 7001-13; and infrastructure support to the institute from the NHMRC Independent Research Institute Infrastructure Support Scheme (IRISS 9000220) and the Victorian State Government Operational Infrastructure Support (OIS).