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Year Number of Results
1885 2
1888 1
1891 2
1892 3
1896 1
1898 6
1900 1
1901 1
1918 1
1925 1
1928 1
1938 1
1941 1
1945 1
1946 4
1947 4
1948 5
1949 4
1950 8
1951 3
1952 8
1953 5
1954 7
1955 7
1956 3
1957 5
1958 7
1959 14
1960 10
1961 6
1962 9
1963 4
1964 11
1965 9
1966 15
1967 13
1968 7
1969 14
1970 11
1971 18
1972 15
1973 10
1974 14
1975 26
1976 14
1977 21
1978 40
1979 42
1980 46
1981 39
1982 33
1983 33
1984 52
1985 43
1986 56
1987 71
1988 59
1989 84
1990 89
1991 94
1992 86
1993 91
1994 112
1995 101
1996 115
1997 118
1998 121
1999 138
2000 177
2001 154
2002 177
2003 175
2004 208
2005 208
2006 222
2007 217
2008 233
2009 255
2010 282
2011 307
2012 344
2013 364
2014 362
2015 406
2016 418
2017 382
2018 425
2019 407
2020 85
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Tumor Cell Biodiversity Drives Microenvironmental Reprogramming in Liver Cancer
Ma L, et al. Cancer Cell 2019. Among authors: Martin SP. PMID 31588021 Free PMC article.
Strikingly, tumors with higher transcriptomic diversity were associated with patient's worse overall survival. We found a link between hypoxia-dependent vascular endothelial growth factor expression in tumor diversity and TME polarization. ...
Strikingly, tumors with higher transcriptomic diversity were associated with patient's worse overall survival. We found a link betwee …
Disrupting the CD95-PLCγ1 interaction prevents Th17-driven inflammation
Poissonnier A, et al. Nat Chem Biol 2018. Among authors: Martin S. PMID 30429604
CD95L is a transmembrane ligand (m-CD95L) that is cleaved by metalloproteases to release a soluble ligand (s-CD95L). Unlike m-CD95L, interaction between s-CD95L and CD95 fails to recruit caspase-8 and FADD to trigger apoptosis and instead induces a Ca(2+) response via docking of PLCγ1 to the calcium-inducing domain (CID) within CD95. ...
CD95L is a transmembrane ligand (m-CD95L) that is cleaved by metalloproteases to release a soluble ligand (s-CD95L). Unlike m-CD95L, …
The circular RNome of primary breast cancer
Smid M, et al. Genome Res 2019. Among authors: Martin S. PMID 30692147 Free PMC article.
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