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From: Efficacy of Wnt-1 monoclonal antibody in sarcoma cells

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(A) 0.5% Crystal Violet staining of A-204 and SJSA-1 cell lines after the monoclonal anti-Wnt-1 antibody treatment (7 days after treatment). The concentration of both control and monoclonal anti-Wnt-1 antibodies used was 10 μg/ml. The monoclonal anti-Wnt-1 antibody induced cell death. (B) Apoptosis analysis using flow cytometry after the monoclonal anti-Wnt-1 antibody treatment (10 μg/ml for 6 days) in A-204 cell line. The results (percentage of apoptotic cells) are the mean ± SD (error bars). Significant apoptosis induction was observed in the monoclonal anti-Wnt-1 antibody treatment compared to the control monoclonal antibody treatment (p < 0.02). (C) Western analysis after the monoclonal anti-Wnt-1 antibody treatment (10 μg/ml for 6 days) in A-204 and SJSA-1 cell lines. β-Actin served as a loading control. Decreased levels of Dvl-3 and of cytosolic β-catenin confirmed the blockade of Wnt-1 signaling.

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