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1972 27
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1978 80
1979 94
1980 102
1981 137
1982 133
1983 131
1984 134
1985 136
1986 167
1987 178
1988 221
1989 239
1990 275
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1992 349
1993 394
1994 435
1995 464
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1997 519
1998 474
1999 536
2000 555
2001 568
2002 536
2003 596
2004 549
2005 583
2006 643
2007 686
2008 753
2009 802
2010 917
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The cancer cell adhesion resistome: mechanisms, targeting and translational approaches.
Dickreuter E and Cordes N. Biol Chem 2017 - Review. PMID 28002024
Cell adhesion-mediated resistance limits the success of cancer therapies and is a great obstacle to overcome in the clinic. Since the 1990s, where it became clear that adhesion of tumor cells to the extracellular matrix is an important mediator of therapy resistance, a lot of work has been conducted to understand the fundamental underlying mechanisms and two paradigms were deduced: cell adhesion-mediated radioresistance (CAM-RR) and cell adhesion-mediated drug resistance (CAM-DR). ...In this review, we summarize current knowledge about the cell adhesion resistome and highlight targeting strategies to override CAM-RR and CAM-DR....
Cell adhesion-mediated resistance limits the success of cancer therapies and is a great obstacle to overcome in the clinic. Si
Naturally occurring cell adhesion inhibitors.
Takamatsu S. J Nat Med 2018 - Review. PMID 29779172 Free PMC article.
This paper reviews naturally occurring cell adhesion inhibitors derived from a plant, microbial and marine origin. Plant-derived inhibitors are classified according to a type of structure. ...In addition, effects of inhibitors on cell proliferation and that of standards on cell adhesion are listed as much as possible....
This paper reviews naturally occurring cell adhesion inhibitors derived from a plant, microbial and marine origin. Plant-deriv …
Characterization of Initial Cell Adhesion on Charged Polymer Substrates in Serum-Containing and Serum-Free Media.
Hoshiba T, et al. Langmuir 2018. PMID 29544251
Here, initial cell adhesion (<30 min) was re-examined on charged substrates in serum-containing and serum-free media to distinguish among various cell adhesion mechanisms (i.e., electrostatic interaction, hydrophobic interaction, and biological interaction). ...These results suggest that neither electrostatic force nor protein adsorption is accountable for cell adhesion. Conclusively, the observed phenomena revealed a gap in the generally accepted understanding of cell adhesion mechanisms on charged polymeric substrates. ...
Here, initial cell adhesion (<30 min) was re-examined on charged substrates in serum-containing and serum-free media to dis …
Kynurenic acid and its derivatives are able to modulate the adhesion and locomotion of brain endothelial cells.
Lajkó E, et al. J Neural Transm (Vienna) 2018. PMID 29332257
The effects of KYNA and its derivatives on cell adhesion were measured using an impedance-based technique, the xCELLigence SP system. ...The GP8 cells proved to be a suitable model cell line for investigating cell adhesion and the locomotion modulator effects of kynurenines. ...
The effects of KYNA and its derivatives on cell adhesion were measured using an impedance-based technique, the xCELLige …
Synthetic peptides that mimic the adhesive recognition signal of fibronectin: differential effects on cell-cell and cell-substratum adhesion in embryonic chick cells.
Lash JW, et al. Dev Biol 1987. PMID 3653517
Embryonic chick segmental plate cells undergo compaction (i.e., increased cell-cell adhesion) during the early stages of somitogenesis. ...Somite cells, which normally exhibit both cell-cell and cell-substratum adhesion in culture, show complete inhibition of cell-substratum adhesion in the presence of this peptide. ...
Embryonic chick segmental plate cells undergo compaction (i.e., increased cell-cell adhesion) during the early stages o …
NADPH-oxidase-derived ROS alters cell migration by modulating adhesions dynamics.
Tamborindeguy MT, et al. Biol Cell 2018. PMID 30157294
Then, we analysed the effects of NADPH oxidase on three migratory events: protrusion rate, adhesion process and signalling pathways related to cell migration. DPI induced an increase of ∼3 protrusion/cell, which were 2× faster but had a ∼50% retraction when compared with control. By pull-down assay, we observed no changes on Rac1 activation, indicating that ROS-mediated effects were related to downstream molecules, such as adhesion-related molecules. ...
Then, we analysed the effects of NADPH oxidase on three migratory events: protrusion rate, adhesion process and signalling pat …
Microfluidic Cell Microarray Platform for High Throughput Analysis of Particle-Cell Interactions.
Tong Z, et al. Anal Chem 2018. PMID 29498509
Ensuring that the particles themselves are not possessing toxic effects to the biological system is of paramount importance. ...Polymeric microparticles, with different particle surface functionalities, were first used to investigate the efficiency of particle-cell adhesion under dynamic flow. ...
Ensuring that the particles themselves are not possessing toxic effects to the biological system is of paramount importance. ...Polym …
Cell adhesion pattern created by OSTE polymers.
Liu W, et al. Biofabrication 2017. PMID 28291020
By choosing two OSTE polymers with different functional groups, we create a pattern where only parts of the surface can facilitate cell adhesion. ...Moreover, we investigate the effect of functional groups' excess ratio and hydrophilic property on the cell adhesion ability of OSTE polymers. ...
By choosing two OSTE polymers with different functional groups, we create a pattern where only parts of the surface can facilitate cell
Preparation of drug-immobilized anti-adhesion agent using visible light-curable alginate derivative containing furfuryl group.
Noh SH, et al. Int J Biol Macromol 2019. PMID 30312696
The cytotoxicity, cell adhesion, and cell permeability of the F-Alg were evaluated for use in anti-adhesion applications. Drug immobilization and protein release were assessed to verify whether the alginate derivatives and drugs were photo-immobilized. ...Additionally, along with gradual decomposition of the photo-crosslinked alginate derivative, the immobilized drug was released, and additional effects such as accelerated wound healing are expected. ...
The cytotoxicity, cell adhesion, and cell permeability of the F-Alg were evaluated for use in anti-adhesion appl …
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