bcl-2

Proto-oncogene, activated by chromosome translocation in human B-cell lymphomas (hence 'bcl'). Encodes a plasma membrane protein. The gene product inhibits programmed cell death (apoptosis) and is homologous with the worm gene ced-9 ; see ced mutant> cedmutant.

BCL-2

Type: Term Definitions: 1. An oncogene that inhibits apoptosis.
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bcl-2

Synonym for bcl ... <oncogene> Two variants of this oncogene are recognised. ... 1. Bcl-2: A proto-oncogene, activated by chromosome translocation in human B-cell lymphomas (hence bcl). Encodes a plasma membrane protein. The gene product inhibits programmed cell death (apoptosis) and is homologous with the worm gene ced 9. ... See: ced mutant...
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bcl-2

(from the article `cancer`) ...tumours lead to a loss of programmed cell death. One mutation inactivates the p53 gene, which normally can trigger apoptosis. The second mutation ...
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