Fernando R. Morales

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Insulin-like growth factor (IGF) I is a polypeptide hormone important in normal growth and development. Although IGF-I is a mitogen for many cancer cell lines, previous work has suggested that autocrine production of IGF-I is uncommon in cancers of epithelial origin. In this study, expression of IGF-I, its binding proteins, and its receptor were examined in(More)
Insulin-like growth factor (IGF) I is a polypeptide hormone important in normal growth and development. Although IGF-I is a mitogen for many cancer cell lines, previous work has suggested that autocrine production of IGF-I is uncommon in cancers of epithelial origin. In this study, expression of IGF-I, its binding proteins, and its receptor were examined in(More)
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