An in vitro model of ovarian epithelial carcinogenesis: changes in cell-cell communication and adhesion occurring during neoplastic progression.

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To investigate the cellular mechanisms of ovarian epithelial carcinogenesis, a series of progressively transformed rat ovarian surface epithelial (ROSE) cell lines were developed and studied. Transfection of primary ROSE cells and an immortalized ROSE line (ROSE 199) with the pSV3neo plasmid (SV40 T-antigen) yielded transformed lines which retained… (More)

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