A molecule which, when functioning correctly, prevents cancer from developing.
A protein originally shown to have the potential to kill cancerous tumors, and an important cytokine in the pathogenesis of RA.
Animals containing genes derived from other species.
A term describing an organism containing genetic material from a source other than its parents.
The process of transferring DNA from a donor to a recipient cell.
Molecules that carry amino acids during the process of protein synthesis.
The process by which enzymes use the genetic information on a strand of DNA to create a complimentary strand of messenger RNA (mRNA).
An adverse event produced by a medicine that is detrimental to the subject’s health. The level of toxicity associated with a medicine varies with the condition for which the medicine is used.
Time to maximum plasma concentration.
One of the four bases found in DNA. It pairs with adenine.