Integrins in Cancer Progression & Metastasis

The integrin family of cell adhesion receptors regulate diverse functions in cells and are implicated in the development, progression, and metastasis of solid tumors. Here is the latest research.

August 25, 2020
Preprint
Open Access

Group I p21-activated kinases in leukemia cell adhesion to fibronectin

BioRxiv : the Preprint Server for Biology
Katerina KuzelovaA. Holoubek
August 26, 2020
Open Access

Exosomal CLIC1 released by CLL promotes HUVECs angiogenesis by regulating ITGβ1-MAPK/ERK axis

The Kaohsiung Journal of Medical Sciences
Hua-Yun GengGuang-Yao Li
September 11, 2020
Open Access

Liver epithelial focal adhesion kinase modulates fibrogenesis and hedgehog signaling

JCI Insight
Yun WengTammy T Chang
August 28, 2020
Review
Open Access

The Role of CTHRC1 in Regulation of Multiple Signaling and Tumor Progression and Metastasis

Mediators of Inflammation
Dan MeiWei Wei
September 16, 2020
Review

Do tumor exosome integrins alone determine organotropic metastasis?

Molecular Biology Reports
E S GrigoryevaV M Perelmuter
September 19, 2020
Review

Perlecan, a Modular Instructive Proteoglycan with Diverse Functional Properties

The International Journal of Biochemistry & Cell Biology
James Melrose
August 28, 2020

Integrin subunit β1 and laminin γ1 chain expression: a potential prognostic biomarker in cervical cancer

Biomarkers in Medicine
Ana E Zacapala-GómezBerenice Illades-Aguiar
September 8, 2020

Expression levels of ABCG2 and CD61 genes in breast cancer tissues of Iranian population

Breast Disease
Pegah LiaghatiMohammad Taheri
September 15, 2020

In vitro effects of histamine receptor 1 antagonists on proliferation and histamine release in canine neoplastic mast cells

Veterinary Medicine and Science
Susanne GamperlEmir Hadzijusufovic
August 28, 2020

Tenascin-C Function in Glioma: Immunomodulation and Beyond

Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology
Fatih YalcinShuli Xia
September 3, 2020

Long-term safety of vedolizumab for inflammatory bowel disease

Alimentary Pharmacology & Therapeutics
Edward V LoftusSéverine Vermeire
September 3, 2020
Open Access

Cancer-Associated Thrombosis: Risk Factors, Molecular Mechanisms, Future Management

Clinical and Applied Thrombosis/hemostasis : Official Journal of the International Academy of Clinical and Applied Thrombosis/Hemostasis
Marwa S Hamza, Shaker A Mousa
August 28, 2020
Review

New opportunities and challenges of venom-based and bacteria-derived molecules for anticancer targeted therapy

Seminars in Cancer Biology
Rui Ma, Hang Fai Kwok
September 19, 2020
Open Access

DRAM1 plays a tumor suppressor role in NSCLC cells by promoting lysosomal degradation of EGFR

Cell Death & Disease
Ji GengZheng-Hong Qin
August 28, 2020

β2 Integrins differentially regulate γδ T cell subset thymic development and peripheral maintenance

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Claire L McIntyreVicky L Morrison

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