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Microenvironmental variables must influence intrinsic phenotypic parameters of cancer stem cells to affect tumourigenicity

bioRxiv

Nov 7, 2013

Jacob G ScottDavid Basanta

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Since the discovery of tumour initiating cells (TICs) in solid tumours, studies focussing on their role in cancer initiation and progression have abounded. The biological interrogation of these cells continues to yield volumes of information on their pro-tumourigenic behaviour, but acti...read more

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EAF2 gene
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Tissue Growth
Tic Complex
Anatomical Space Structure
Disease Progression
Theoretical Model
Neoplasms
Cancer Stem Cells
Recurrent Muscle Twitches (Symptom)
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Microenvironmental variables must influence intrinsic phenotypic parameters of cancer stem cells to affect tumourigenicity

bioRxiv

Nov 7, 2013

Jacob G ScottDavid Basanta

PMID: 990000141

DOI: 10.1101/000141

Abstract

Since the discovery of tumour initiating cells (TICs) in solid tumours, studies focussing on their role in cancer initiation and progression have abounded. The biological interrogation of these cells continues to yield volumes of information on their pro-tumourigenic behaviour, but acti...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

EAF2 gene
Internal
Tissue Growth
Tic Complex
Anatomical Space Structure
Disease Progression
Theoretical Model
Neoplasms
Cancer Stem Cells
Recurrent Muscle Twitches (Symptom)
19

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