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The aim of this study was to analyze the potential role of NG2 chondroitin sulfate proteoglycan in amoeboid morphology and invasiveness of cancer cells. In the highly metastatic amoeboid cell lines A3 and A375M2, siRNA-mediated down-regulation of NG2 induced an amoeboid-mesenchymal transition associated with decreased invasiveness in 3D collagen and(More)
Many current research efforts in strongly correlated systems focus on the interplay between magnetism and superconductivity. Here we report on coexistence of both cooperative ordered states in recently discovered stoichiometric and fully inversion symmetric heavy fermion compound Ce3PdIn11 at ambient pressure. Thermodynamic and transport measurements reveal(More)
We have grown and characterized single crystals of R(2)RhIn(8) (R=Tb, Dy, Ho, Er and Tm) compounds crystallizing in the tetragonal Ho(2)CoGa(8)-type crystal structure. Their magnetic properties were studied by specific heat and magnetization measurements. All the investigated compounds order antiferromagnetically with Néel temperatures of 43.6, 25.1, 10.9,(More)
The effect of substituting Rh in CeRh(1-x)Pd(x)In5 with Pd up to x = 0.25 has been studied on single crystals. The crystals have been grown by means of the In self-flux method and characterized by x-ray diffraction and microprobe. The tetragonal HoCoGa5-type of structure and the c/a ratio of the parent compound remains intact by the Pd substitution; the(More)
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