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  1. ...kinase 1: a new modulator of hypoxia inducible factor 1alpha during hypoxia in human cancer cells. Cancer Research 68 86358642. (doi:10.1158/0008-5472.CAN-08-0917) BelliniL, CampanaM, MahfouzR, CarlierA, VeretJ, MagnanC, HajduchE & LeSH 2015 Targeting sphingolipid metabolism in the treatment ~~~
  2. ...cancer cell proliferation and invasion through exosome-mediated MAPK signaling pathway. World Journal of Gastroenterology 21 6215–6228. (doi:10.3748/wjg.v21.i20.6215) Li W & Kong AN 2009 Molecular mechanisms of Nrf2-mediated antioxidant response. Molecular Carcinogenesis 48 91–104. (doi:10.1002/mc.2 ~~~
  3. ...supported by an ESPE Research Fellowship, 607 sponsored by Novo Nordisk A/S. FZ is supported by funding from the Swedish Research 608 Council, Swedish Society for Medical Research, Swedish Childhood Cancer Foundation, 609 Sllskapet Barnavrd, HKH Kronprinsessan Lovisas Frening fr Barnasjukvrd ~~~
  4. ...groups of biologically active steroidal saponins found in ginseng, which has demonstrated the ability to elicit pharmacological responses (Attele et al. 1999, Jia et al. 2009). Rg3, a natural compound, has been reported to have diverse functions, including as an anti-cancer agent (Kim etal. 2014, Shan ~~~
  5. ...: a potential model of the metabolic syndrome in mouse. Endocrinology 151 21172127. (doi:10.1210/en.2009-1436) Kettner NM, Voicu H, Finegold MJ, Coarfa C, Sreekumar A, Putluri N, Katchy CA, Lee C, Moore DD & Fu L 2016 Circadian homeostasis of liver metabolism suppresses hepatocarcinognesis. Cancer Cell 30 1 ~~~
  6. an SST-AIP-ZAC1 pathway. In line with this, a recent study revealed that ZAC1 may be a mediator of octreotide antiproliferative effect on gastric cancer cells (Wangetal. 2017). ZAC1 is encoded by PLAGL1 gene it is a seven-zinc finger protein functionally related to p53, including tumour suppressor ~~~
  7. ...Medicine, Guangxi Medical University, Nanning, Guangxi, China 5Department of Urology, The Second Affiliated Hospital of Soochow University, Suzhou, China 6Department of Urology, Henan Cancer Hospital, Affiliated Cancer Hospital of Zhengzhou University, Zhengzhou, China 7Department of Urology, China ~~~
  8. ...Heravi-Moussavi1, MishaBilenky1, AnnaickCarles4, ThomasSierocinski4, AngelaTam1, EricZhao1, KatayoonKasaian1, RichardAMoore1, AndrewJMungall1, BlairWalker5, ThomasThomson6, MarcoAMarra1,7, MartinHirst1,4 and StevenJMJones1,7,8 1Canadas Michael Smith Genome Sciences Centre, BC Cancer Agency ~~~
  9. ...that mRNAs and microRNAs are present and transferred to target cells 163 (Valadi et al. 2007), illustrating these vesicles enable genetic exchange between cells at 164 distant sites. Moreover, a number of cancer-related studies reveal the ability of 165 microvesicles/exosomes to induce phenotypic changes ~~~
  10. ...Stem/Progenitor Cells in Pituitary Organ Homeostasis and 1 Tumorigenesis 2 3 Scott Haston*, Saba Manshaei, Juan Pedro Martinez-Barbera* 4 5 Developmental Biology and Cancer Research Programme, Birth Defects Research Centre, 6 UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health, London, UK 7 8 9 ~~~
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