A role for receptor tyrosine phosphataseζ in glioma cell migration

  title={A role for receptor tyrosine phosphataseζ in glioma cell migration},
  author={S. Mueller and P. Kunkel and K. Lamszus and U. Ulbricht and G. A. Lorente and A. Nelson and D. V. Schack and Daniel J Chin and S. Lohr and M. Westphal and T. Melcher},
  • S. Mueller, P. Kunkel, +8 authors T. Melcher
  • Published 2003
  • Biology
  • Oncogene
  • Glioblastomas (GBM) are the most frequent and malignant human brain tumor type. Typically striking in adulthood, tumor progression is rapid, relentless, and ultimately leads to the patient's death within a year of diagnosis. The identification of transcriptionally regulated genes can lead to the discovery of targets for antibody or small-molecule-mediated therapy, as well as diagnostic markers. We prepared cDNA arrays that are specifically enriched for genes expressed in human brain tumors and… CONTINUE READING
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