RNA sequencing supports distinct reactive oxygen species-mediated pathways of apoptosis by high and low size mass fractions of Bay leaf (Lauris nobilis) in HT-29 cells
Annabelle L Rodd, Katherine Ververis, Dheeshana Sayakkarage, Abdul W Khan, Haloom Rafehi, Mark Ziemann, Shanon J Loveridge, Ross Lazarus, Caroline Kerr, Trevor Lockett, Assam El-Osta, Tom C Karagiannis, Louise E Bennett
Food & Function | ROYAL SOC CHEMISTRY | Published : 2015
The support of the Australian Institute of Nuclear Science and Engineering is acknowledged. TCK was the recipient of AINSE awards and ALR is the recipient of an AINSE PGRA. Epigenomic Medicine Laboratory is supported by an Australian Research Council Future Fellowship and McCord Research (the parental company of Pinnaclife, Inc). Supported in part by the Victorian Government's Operational Infrastructure Support Program. The authors would like to acknowledge the use of the facilities provided by Monash Micro Imaging @ AMREP and particularly, the expert assistance from Drs Stephen Cody and Iska Carmichael and to thank Katherine Robinson and Hema Jegasothy for preparing processed and size-fractionated bay leaf products.