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The Multifaceted Role of MTDH/AEG-1 in Cancer ProgressionGUOHONG HU; YONG WEI; YIBIN KANG et al.Clinical cancer research (Print). 2009, Vol 15, Num 18, pp 5615-5620, issn 1078-0432, 6 p.Article

Is Co-option a Prevailing Mechanism during Cancer Progression?BILLAUD, Marc; SANTORO, Massimo.Cancer research (Chicago, Ill.). 2011, Vol 71, Num 21, pp 6572-6575, issn 0008-5472, 4 p.Article

AACR Special Conference on Epithelial-Mesenchymal Transition and Cancer Progression and TreatmentROUSSOS, Evanthia T; KECKESOVA, Zuzana; HALEY, John D et al.Cancer research (Chicago, Ill.). 2010, Vol 70, Num 19, pp 7360-7364, issn 0008-5472, 5 p.Article

Host Factors and Cancer Progression: Biobehavioral Signaling Pathways and InterventionsLUTGENDORF, Susan K; SOOD, Anil K; ANTONI, Michael H et al.Journal of clinical oncology. 2010, Vol 28, Num 26, pp 4094-4099, issn 0732-183X, 6 p.Article

Bin1 ablation in mammary gland delays tissue remodeling and drives cancer progressionMEE YOUNG CHANG; BOULDEN, Janette; SUTANTO-WARD, Erika et al.Cancer research (Baltimore). 2007, Vol 67, Num 1, pp 100-107, issn 0008-5472, 8 p.Article

Immunosenescence, suppression and tumour progressionPAWELEC, G; KOCH, S; GRIESEMANN, H et al.Cancer immunology and immunotherapy. 2006, Vol 55, Num 8, pp 981-986, issn 0340-7004, 6 p.Article

The relationship between tissue factor and cancer progression: insights from bench and bedsideVAN DEN BERG, Yascha W; OSANTO, Susanne; REITSMA, Pieter H et al.Blood. 2012, Vol 119, Num 4, pp 924-932, issn 0006-4971, 9 p.Article

Cell Fusion as a Hidden Force in Tumor ProgressionXIN LU; YIBIN KANG.Cancer research (Chicago, Ill.). 2009, Vol 69, Num 22, pp 8536-8539, issn 0008-5472, 4 p.Article

Implications for tumor progression and anti-cancer therapiesLEWIS, Claire; MURDOCH, Craig.The American journal of pathology. 2005, Vol 167, Num 3, pp 627-635, issn 0002-9440, 9 p.Article

BCCIP Suppresses Tumor Initiation but Is Required for Tumor ProgressionHUANG, Yi-Yuan; LI DAI; GAINES, Dakim et al.Cancer research (Chicago, Ill.). 2013, Vol 73, Num 23, pp 7122-7133, issn 0008-5472, 12 p.Article

The Role of Erythropoietin and Erythropoiesis-Stimulating Agents in Tumor ProgressionHEDLEY, Benjamin D; ALLAN, Alison L; XENOCOSTAS, Anargyros et al.Clinical cancer research (Print). 2011, Vol 17, Num 20, pp 6373-6380, issn 1078-0432, 8 p.Article

Tenascin-C promotes melanoma progression by maintaining the ABCB5-positive side populationFUKUNAGA-KALABIS, M; MARTINEZ, G; NGUYEN, T. K et al.Oncogene (Basingstoke). 2010, Vol 29, Num 46, pp 6115-6124, issn 0950-9232, 10 p.Article

TGF-β signaling in tumor suppression and cancer progressionDERYNCK, Rik; AKHURST, Rosemary J; BALMAIN, Allan et al.Nature genetics. 2001, Vol 29, Num 2, pp 117-129, issn 1061-4036Article

Role of ADAMs in Cancer Formation and ProgressionDAFFY, Michael J; MCKIERNAN, Eadaoin; O'DONOVAN, Norma et al.Clinical cancer research (Print). 2009, Vol 15, Num 4, pp 1140-1144, issn 1078-0432, 5 p.Article

Microenvironmental Independence Associated with Tumor ProgressionANDERSON, Alexander R. A; HASSANEIN, Mohamed; REYNOLDS, Albert B et al.Cancer research (Chicago, Ill.). 2009, Vol 69, Num 22, pp 8797-8806, issn 0008-5472, 10 p.Article

p300 in prostate cancer proliferation and progressionDEBES, Jose D; SEBO, Thomas J; LOHSE, Christine M et al.Cancer research (Baltimore). 2003, Vol 63, Num 22, pp 7638-7640, issn 0008-5472, 3 p.Article

Impact of Tumor Progression on Cancer Incidence CurvesGEORG LUEBECK, E; CURTIUS, Kit; JEON, Jihyoun et al.Cancer research (Chicago, Ill.). 2013, Vol 73, Num 3, pp 1086-1096, issn 0008-5472, 11 p.Article

Energy Balance, Host-Related Factors, and Cancer ProgressionHURSTING, Stephen D; BERGER, Nathan A.Journal of clinical oncology. 2010, Vol 28, Num 26, pp 4058-4065, issn 0732-183X, 8 p.Article

Semaphorin 3E Expression Correlates Inversely with Plexin D1 During Tumor ProgressionROODINK, Ilse; KATS, Gürsah; VAN KEMPEN, Léon et al.The American journal of pathology. 2008, Vol 173, Num 6, pp 1873-1881, issn 0002-9440, 9 p.Article

Tumor-associated macrophages: The double-edged sword in cancer progressionCHEN, Jeremy J. W; LIN, Yi-Chen; YAO, Pei-Li et al.Journal of clinical oncology. 2005, Vol 23, Num 5, pp 953-964, issn 0732-183X, 12 p.Article

Identification of genes involved in epithelial-mesenchymal transition and tumor progressionKIEMER, Alexandra K; TAKEUCHI, Kyoko; QUINLAN, Margaret P et al.Oncogene (Basingstoke). 2001, Vol 20, Num 46, pp 6679-6688, issn 0950-9232Article

SKI pathways inducing progression of human melanomaREED, Jon A; QIUSHI LIN; DAHU CHEN et al.Cancer metastasis reviews. 2005, Vol 24, Num 2, pp 265-272, issn 0167-7659, 8 p.Article

Targeting Pioneering Factor and Hormone Receptor Cooperative Pathways to Suppress Tumor ProgressionSHAH, Supriya; PRASAD, Shikha; KNUDSEN, Karen E et al.Cancer research (Chicago, Ill.). 2012, Vol 72, Num 5, pp 1248-1259, issn 0008-5472, 12 p.Article

Multiple markers for melanoma progression regulated by DNA methylation : insights from transcriptomic studiesGALLAGHER, William M; BERGIN, Orla E; CURRID, Caroline A et al.Carcinogenesis (New York. Print). 2005, Vol 26, Num 11, pp 1856-1867, issn 0143-3334, 12 p.Article

Introduction: Stroma reaction and cancer progressionHORNEBECK, William; BIREMBAUT, Philippe.Critical reviews in oncology/hematology. 2004, Vol 49, Num 3, pp 179-186, issn 1040-8428, 8 p.Article

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