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Platelet-derived growth factor ( PDGF )-induced actin rearrangement is deregulated in cells expressing a mutant Y 778 F PDGF β-receptor
Aino Ruusala 1, Christian Sundberg 2, Ann-Kristin Arvidsson 1,*, Eva Rupp-Thuresson 1,†, Carl-Henrik Heldin 1 and Lena Claesson-Welsh 2,‡ 1The Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research, Biomedical Center,Expand
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[Anti-angiogenic drugs probable complement in cancer therapy].
This review outlines the current status of anti-angiogenic treatment, with emphasis on clinical trials. In pathological growth, vessels become hyperstimulated and dysfunctional, due to overexpressionExpand
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Determination of attachment sites for N-linked carbohydrate groups of class II histocompatibility alpha-chain and analysis of possible O-linked glycosylation of alpha- and gamma-chains.
Two glycopeptide fractions were isolated from a tryptic digest of the human class II antigen alpha-subunit, by chromatography on Lens culinaris and Ricinus communis lectin columns, respectively.Expand
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Chapter 18 VEGF Signal Tranduction in Angiogenesis
The development of a number of novel tumor therapies targeting the function of vascular endothelial growth factors (VEGFs) and their receptors has promoted an interest in understanding signalExpand
5th International meeting on angiogenesis
5th International meeting on angiogenesis VU University Medical Center, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, March 12–14, 2014 Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht 2014