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Fig. 1 | Journal of Translational Medicine

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From: Translational control mechanisms in cutaneous malignant melanoma: the role of eIF2α

Fig. 1

eIF2α and phosphorylated eIF2α (peIF2α) translation factor localization in HBL (wtBRAF), hmel1 and M3 (V600BRAF) metastatic melanoma cell lines. a Confocal microscopy of localization of eIF2α and peIF2α using eIF2α (total form) or peIF2α (S51) antibodies in HBL (wtBRAF), hmel1 and M3 (V600BRAF) metastatic melanoma cell lines. b Western blotting analyses using eIF2α (total form) or peIF2α (S51) antibodies were performed on M3 nuclear and cytoplasmic fractions. The spot of β-tubulin demonstrates the purity of the nuclear and cytoplasmic fractions

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