Christopher Menne

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Uteroglobin is a small steroid-binding protein that is differentially regulated by steroid hormones in several tissues of the rabbit. In endometrium, the levels of uteroglobin mRNA increase after progesterone administration due to an enhanced rate of transcription of the uteroglobin gene. As a prerequisite for understanding the molecular mechanisms that(More)
Widespread metastasis is the leading course of death in many types of cancer, including malignant melanoma. The process of metastasis can be divided into a number of complex cell biological events, collectively termed the "invasion-metastasis cascade." Previous reports have characterized the capability of anchorage-independent growth of cancer cells in(More)
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