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Previous studies have demonstrated that inhibitors of the arachidonic acid metabolism block migration and sensitise human glioma cells to treatment inducing apoptosis. This paradigm may provide a new concept for anti-invasive treatment strategies targeting invasive glioma cells. However, the effect of such treatment on other cellular elements in glial(More)
 We have previously identified thromboxane synthase as an important regulator of glioma cell migration. Inhibitors of this enzyme abrogate cell motility and induce apoptosis. However, the formation rate of thromboxanes is indirectly dependent on the activity of cyclo-oxygenase, which represents the rate-limiting step in the synthesis of prostaglandins and(More)
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