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Roles for RACK1 in cancer cell migration and invasion.
Duff D and Long A. Cell Signal 2017 - Review. PMID 28336233
Cell migration involves a complex, multistep process that leads to the actin-driven movement of cells on or through the tissues of the body. ...It is essential for cell migration and accumulating evidence now demonstrates multiple roles for RACK1 in regulating migration and invasion of tumour cells. ...
Cell migration involves a complex, multistep process that leads to the actin-driven movement of cells on or through the tissue
Progression and metastasis of lung cancer
Popper HH. Cancer Metastasis Rev 2016 - Review. PMID 27018053 Free PMC article.
Metastasis requires cell migration toward higher oxygen tension, which is based on changing the structure of the cell (epithelial-mesenchymal transition), orientation within the stroma and stroma interaction, and communication with the immune system to avoid attack. ...
Metastasis requires cell migration toward higher oxygen tension, which is based on changing the structure of the cell (epithel …
Brain organoids get vascularized
Lancaster MA. Nat Biotechnol 2018. PMID 29734310
Mechanisms of Neural Crest Migration
Szabó A and Mayor R. Annu Rev Genet 2018 - Review. PMID 30476447
Neural crest cells are a transient embryonic cell population that migrate collectively to various locations throughout the embryo to contribute a number of cell types to several organs. ...
Neural crest cells are a transient embryonic cell population that migrate collectively to various locations throughout the embryo to …
Malformations of cortical development
Desikan RS and Barkovich AJ. Ann Neurol 2016 - Review. PMID 27862206 Free PMC article.
Musashi RNA-Binding Proteins as Cancer Drivers and Novel Therapeutic Targets
Kudinov AE, et al. Clin Cancer Res 2017 - Review. PMID 28143872 Free PMC article.
Following identification of Musashi as a regulator of progenitor cell identity in Drosophila, the human Musashi proteins were initially linked to control of maintenance of hematopoietic stem cells, then stem cell compartments for additional cell types. ...On the basis of these activities, MSI proteins maintain cancer stem cell populations and regulate cancer invasion, metastasis, and development of more aggressive cancer phenotypes, including drug resistance. ...
Following identification of Musashi as a regulator of progenitor cell identity in Drosophila, the human Musashi proteins were initial …
Notch-Induced miR-708 Antagonizes Satellite Cell Migration and Maintains Quiescence.
Baghdadi MB, et al. Cell Stem Cell 2018. PMID 30416072 Free article.
Notch signaling maintains skeletal muscle satellite (stem) cell quiescence by inhibiting differentiation and inducing expression of extracellular components of the niche. ...Therefore, this study identifies a Notch-miR708-Tensin3 axis and suggests that Notch signaling can regulate satellite cell quiescence and transition to the activation state through dynamic regulation of the migratory machinery....
Notch signaling maintains skeletal muscle satellite (stem) cell quiescence by inhibiting differentiation and inducing expression of e …
The Snail genes as inducers of cell movement and survival: implications in development and cancer.
Barrallo-Gimeno A and Nieto MA. Development 2005 - Review. PMID 15983400 Free article.
Here, we discuss these functions and how they influence cell behaviour during development and during diseases such as metastatic cancer. From these findings, we propose that Snail genes act primarily as survival factors and inducers of cell movement, rather than as inducers of EMT or cell fate....
Here, we discuss these functions and how they influence cell behaviour during development and during diseases such as metastatic canc …
Detection of Migrasomes
Chen Y, et al. Methods Mol Biol 2018. PMID 29525989
It functions in the active release of intracellular contents into the external environment and in cell-cell communications. Migrasomes have characteristic morphological features compared with intracellular organelles and extracellular vesicles. ...
It functions in the active release of intracellular contents into the external environment and in cell-cell communications. Mi …
Unlabeled image analysis-based cell viability assay with intracellular movement monitoring.
Nakagawa K and Kishimoto T. Biotechniques 2019. PMID 30869548 Free article.
The need for technologies to monitor cell health is increasing with advancements in the field of cell therapy and regenerative medicine. ...Motion vector analysis evaluates the movement of intracellular granules observed with a phase-contrast microscope. We demonstrated that the motion speed of intracellular movement reflects adenosine triphosphate (ATP)-dependent intracellular trafficking in cells. ...
The need for technologies to monitor cell health is increasing with advancements in the field of cell therapy and regenerative …
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