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  1. ...discuss potential models which, if implemented, might broaden even further our knowledge of neuroendocrine tumorigenesis. In the future, patient-derived xenografts in zebrafish or mice might allow us to expand the tool-box currently available for preclinical studies of MEN1-associated tumors. Introduction ~~~
  2. ...zebrafish xenograft model. Scientific Reports 6 24968. (doi:10.1038/srep24968) Deckers MM, van Bezooijen RL, van der Horst G, Hoogendam J, van Der Bent C, Papapoulos SE & Lowik CW 2002 Bone morphogenetic proteins stimulate angiogenesis through osteoblast-derived vascular endothelial growth factor A. ~~~
  3. ...and zebrafish models of gene inactivation (Zukerbergetal. 2000, Groenewegetal. 2011, Mizunoetal. 2014). CABLES1 is highly expressed in the nucleus of proliferating cells, where it is tightly regulated throughout the cell cycle, peaking at mid-late G1 (Matsuoka et al. 2000, Wuetal. 2001, Yamochi ~~~
  4. ...therefore interfere with the endocrine system (Molina-Molinaetal. 2013). Moreover, exposure of zebrafish to BPS during their development impaired their subsequent reproduction potential and hormonal balance when adult (Naderi et al. 2014). BPS also disrupted membrane-initiated estradiol-induced cell ~~~
  5. ...cancer f animal models f mice f zebrafish f Drosophila melanogaster f chick chorioallantoic membrane Introduction Medullary thyroid carcinoma (MTC) is a neuroendocrine tumour originating from parafollicular C cells. At the end of 60s, after the discovery that MTC represents a unique thyroid cancer ~~~
  6. ...zebrafish and murine pituitary corticotroph tumors with a cyclin-dependent kinase (CDK) inhibitor. PNAS 108 8414–8419. (doi:10.1073/pnas.1018091108) Ma Y, Kurtyka CA, Boyapalle S, Sung SS, Lawrence H, Guida W & Cress WD 2008 A small-molecule E2F inhibitor blocks growth in a melanoma culture model. C ~~~
  7. ...gene. The expression of ARMC5 was downregulated in the mutated cells when compared with nonmutated APAs. Developmental abnormalities of the adrenal were found in mice and zebrafish harboring a loss-offunction mutation in ARMC5, which supports ARMC5s role as a tumor-suppressor gene (Assie et al. 2013 ~~~
  8. ...with cell cycle regulation, hormonal carcinogenesis and cancer in zebrafish and human cancer cell lines. BMC Medical Genomics 4 41. (doi:10.1186/1755-8794-4-41) LaskowskaE, Kuczynska-WisnikD & MatuszewskaE 2010 HSPB1 (Heat-Shock 27 kDa Protein 1). Atlas of Genetics and Cytogenetics in Oncology ~~~
  9. ...zebrafish models. Oncogene 33 2717–2727. (doi:10.1038/onc.2013.240) Cleverley SC, Costello PS, Henning SW & Cantrell DA 2000 Loss of Rho function in the thymus is accompanied by the development of thymic lymphoma. Oncogene 19 13–20. (doi:10.1038/sj.onc.1203259) Dutt P, Nguyen N & Toksoz D 2004 Role ~~~
  10. ...pituitary development because downregulation of the Hh pathway in mice results in pituitary hypoplasia (Treier et al. 2001). Similar effects could be seen in zebrafish in whichattenuation of the Hh signaling severely disrupts pituitary q 2015 Society for Endocrinology DOI ~~~
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