Yasufumi Omori

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Connexins have long been believed to suppress tumour development during carcinogenesis by exerting gap junctional intercellular communication (GJIC). Although GJIC is abrogated in hepatocellular(More)
A growing body of evidence from in vitro studies indicates that gap junction proteins connexins may have a tumor-suppressor function. Our previous double transfection experiments on HeLa cells have(More)