Liangyu Ge

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Differentially expressed genes are thought to regulate the development and progression of oral squamous cell carcinomas (OSCC). The purpose of this study was to screen differentially expressed mRNAs in OSCC and matched paraneoplastic normal tissues, and to explore the intrinsic mechanism of OSCC development and progression. We obtained the differentially(More)
Glioblastomas are highly invasive intracerebral tumors that are known to express the CD44 cell adhesion molecule. Human glioma cell adhesion and invasion in vitro may in part be mediated by the interaction of CD44 with extracellular matrix proteins. To suppress the growth and invasive effects of CD44 expression on primary brain tumors we have designed two(More)
Our laboratory and others have shown alternative splicing of up to ten exons at a discrete extracellular site to be primarily responsible for the generation of CD44 variant (CD44v) isoforms. Based on clear differences in the expression of these CD44v isoforms between normal and malignant tissues, we believe that elucidation of the mechanisms underlying the(More)
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