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The International Journal of Biochemistry & Cell Biology
Papers 5264
1 page of 527 pages (5,264 results)
Nicholas C. Armstrong (University of Limerick), Rebecca C. Anderson1
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(University of Limerick),
Kieran W. McDermott14
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(University of Limerick)
Abstract Over the past 20 years the structure and function of Reelin, an extracellular glycoprotein with a role in cell migration and positioning during development has been elucidated. Originally discovered in mice exhibiting a peculiar gait and hypoplastic cerebellar tissue, Reelin is secreted from Cajal-Retzius neurons during embryonic life and has been shown to act as a stop signal, guiding migrating radial neurons in a gradient-dependent manner. Reelin carries out its function by binding to...
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Jean-François Lauzon-Joset3
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David Marsolais18
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+ 2 AuthorsElyse Y. Bissonnette17
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Xuezheng Xu1
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(Central South University),
Xianan Li1
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(Central South University)
+ 3 AuthorsGang Huang1
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(Central South University)
Abstract Background Invasion and metastasis of synovial sarcoma is the leading cause of death in patients. Epithelial mesenchymal transition (EMT) accelerates tumor cell invasion and metastasis. MiR-9 promotes tumor metastasis by inducing EMT. However, the role of miR-9 in synovial sarcoma is still not clear. Methods Overexpression or knockdown of miR-9 in human synovial sarcoma (HSS) cell lines was carried out by miR-9 mimics or miR-9 inhibitors transfection. Cell proliferation, apoptosis, migr...
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