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Peter Thomas
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R G Landes Co (June 1, 1993)
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human colorectal cancer nude mouse carcinoembryonic antigen differentiation metastasis liver and lung. Koslowski J, Fidler I, Campbell D, Xu Z, Kaighn M and Hart I, 1984, Metastatic behaviour of human tumor cell lines grown in the nude mouse

human colorectal cancer nude mouse carcinoembryonic antigen differentiation metastasis liver and lung. Koslowski J, Fidler I, Campbell D, Xu Z, Kaighn M and Hart I, 1984, Metastatic behaviour of human tumor cell lines grown in the nude mouse.

Metastatic potential of human colon cancer cell lines: relationship to cellular differentiation and carcinoembryonic antigen production. HE Wagner, CA Toth, GD Steele, P Thomas. Clinical & experimental metastasis 10 (1), 25-31, 1992. Carcinoembryonic antigen induces cytokine expression in Kupffer cells: implications for hepatic metastasis from colorectal cancer. A Gangopadhyay, O Bajenova, TM Kelly, P Thomas. Sialytransferase activity and hepatic tumor growth in a nude mouse model of colorectal cancer metastases

Cell surface hypersialylation of human colorectal carcinoma (HCRC) cells correlates with increased metastatic potential after intrasplenic injection, while desialylation with various agents has been shown to inhibit hepatic metastases.

Cell surface hypersialylation of human colorectal carcinoma (HCRC) cells correlates with increased metastatic potential after intrasplenic injection, while desialylation with various agents has been shown to inhibit hepatic metastases. In this study we examined the effects of desialylation of HCRC cell lines with a novel intracellular inhibitor of the CMP-sialic acid transport protein (KI-8110). HCRC cells, which are poorly differentiated and poorly metastatic in nude mice (Clone A and MIP-101) were compared to well-differentiated, highly metastatic cells (CX-1 and CCL-235).

Includes bibliographical references and index. Medical intelligence unit, Medical intelligence unit (Unnumbered).

Published 1993 by . Landes Co. in Austin. Cancer, Cell Line, Colon (Anatomy), Colorectal Neoplasms, Immunology, Metastasis, Neoplasm Metatasis, Pathophysiology, Physiopathology, Rectum. Includes bibliographical references and index.

Methods: FMNL2 mRNA and protein expressions in 6 human colorectal cancer cell lines were detected by real-time RT-PCR and immunohistochemical method, respectively, and analyzed for their correlations to the in vitro invasiveness of the cell lines evaluated b. .

Methods: FMNL2 mRNA and protein expressions in 6 human colorectal cancer cell lines were detected by real-time RT-PCR and immunohistochemical method, respectively, and analyzed for their correlations to the in vitro invasiveness of the cell lines evaluated by Boyden assay. In SW620 and SW480/M5 cell lines, the expression of FMNL2 was repressed by FMNL2 short hairpin RNA (shRNA), and the changes in the invasiveness of the cells were observed

PDF Cancer stem cells (CSCs) typically have the capacity to evade chemotherapy and may be the principalĀ .

PDF Cancer stem cells (CSCs) typically have the capacity to evade chemotherapy and may be the principal source of metastases

We sought to identify markers of MCSCs from human colorectal cancers (CRCs) and determine their roles in organ-specific metastasis. METHODS: To identify colorectal MCSCs that contribute to organ-specific metastasis, we developed a model of liver or lung metastasis using primary tumor cells from patients with CRC who had liver and lung metastases. Distinct organ-specific metastatic cells were isolated by 6 cycles of selecting for cells that formed liver and lung tumors after subcutaneous injection into mice.

The 1-LN cell line (a kind gift from Dr. Phillip Walther, Duke University Medical Center) is a highly metastatic cell line derived from the less metastatic PC-3 cell line. The 1-LN cell line expresses high levels of GRP78 on the cell-surface, while PC-3 cells do not express cell-surface GRP78. As such, the PC-3 cell line is a perfect negative control for investigation of cell surface GRP78 ligation on 1-LN cells.

Medical Xpress)-One major challenge in pathology is to determine if a group of cellsĀ . Cancer cells tend to spread to other organs via the bloodstream.

Medical Xpress)-One major challenge in pathology is to determine if a group of cells are cancerous. By 'cancerous' one generally means that they have the potential to grow and spread, or that they have already spread from. When they do this, they inevitably also make their way to the lymphatic system. By checking the so-called 'sentinel' lymph nodes-those nodes adjacent to a primary tumor-doctors can get a good idea of whether or not a cancer has gone rogue. The problem is that the manual analysis of a lymph biopsy by a pathologist is not only tedious, but also fairly subjective.

Metastatic Behavior of Human Melanoma Cell Lines in Nude Mice. Jun 20, 2012 - 1Tulane Cancer Center SL-66, Dept. of Epidemiology, Tulane University, 1430 tissue culture system and does not include transcription

Metastatic Behavior of Human Melanoma Cell Lines in Nude Mice. these cell lines was studied in nude mice. All cell lines were able to develop primary tumors at the sub-. RING metastasis, tumor cells must penetrate base-. of Epidemiology, Tulane University, 1430 tissue culture system and does not include transcription. Howland J, Kann L, Lehoczky J, LeVine R, McEwan P, McKernan K, Meldrim J,. Human Prostate Cancer Cell Lines - Springer. Pamela J. Russell and Elizabeth A. Kingsley.

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