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World J Gastroenterol. Sep 21, 2006; 12(35): 5743-5745
Published online Sep 21, 2006. doi: 10.3748/wjg.v12.i35.5743
Figure 1
Figure 1 Activities and levels of c-Yes kinase in different liver tissues. A: Activity of c-Yes in normal liver (NL), chronic hepatitis (CH), nontumorous cirrhotic (N) and tumorous (T) tissues. The arrow indicates the band corresponding to c-Yes autophosphorylation; B: Relative levels of total c-Yes activity (mean ± SE, Student’s t-test, bP < 0.001); C: Levels of c-Yes in the NL, CH, N, and T portions of HCC. The arrow and arrowhead indicate the bands corresponding to c-Yes protein and the heavy-chain of the c-Yes antibody, respectively; D: Level of α-tubulin in lysate containing 100 μg of cellular protein used in the immunoprecipitation (arrow); E: Relative levels of c-Yes protein in T and N tissues (mean ± SE, Student’s t-test, dP < 0.01).