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A human colon cancer cell capable of initiating tumour growth in immunodeficient mice.
O'Brien CA, Pollett A, Gallinger S, Dick JE. O'Brien CA, et al. Nature. 2007 Jan 4;445(7123):106-10. doi: 10.1038/nature05372. Epub 2006 Nov 19. Nature. 2007. PMID: 17122772
What has yet to be established is whether every colon cancer cell possesses the potential to initiate and sustain tumour growth, or whether the tumour is hierarchically organized so that only a subset of cells--cancer
What has yet to be established is whether every colon cancer cell possesses the potential to initiate and sustai …
Cancer-initiating cells derived from human rectal adenocarcinoma tissues carry mesenchymal phenotypes and resist drug therapies.
Fan CW, Chen T, Shang YN, Gu YZ, Zhang SL, Lu R, OuYang SR, Zhou X, Li Y, Meng WT, Hu JK, Lu Y, Sun XF, Bu H, Zhou ZG, Mo XM. Fan CW, et al. Cell Death Dis. 2013 Oct 3;4(10):e828. doi: 10.1038/cddis.2013.337. Cell Death Dis. 2013. PMID: 24091671 Free PMC article.
Accumulating evidence indicates that cancer-initiating cells (CICs) are responsible for cancer initiation, relapse, and metastasis. ...The R-CICs carried both CD44 and CD54 surface markers, while R-CICs and their immediate progenies carried pote …
Accumulating evidence indicates that cancer-initiating cells (CICs) are responsible for cancer initiation