However, this was not a phenotypic trait common to all viruses associated with gastric cancer, as it was not found in cells infected with GP202 (Supplementary Figure 4) and it did not correlate with cell growth rate (Figure ?(Figure1)

However, this was not a phenotypic trait common to all viruses associated with gastric cancer, as it was not found in cells infected with GP202 (Supplementary Figure 4) and it did not correlate with cell growth rate (Figure ?(Figure1).1). cells, gastric carcinoma cells and gastric spheroids more efficiently than Akata Indeglitazar or B95-8. Reciprocally, Akata […]

from the very beginning of transformation

from the very beginning of transformation. questions, Feng [4] used genetic tools and chemical inhibitors to image cancer and swelling in transparent zebrafish larvae. These authors used a novel model of oncogene-induced transformation that focuses on a human population of very superficial cells (the mucous-producing cells of the skin). These solitary cells, closely related to […]