Analyzing the metastatic phenotype.

  • J. E. Price
  • Published 1994 in Journal of cellular biochemistry


The dissemination of cells from a primary tumor, resulting in the progressive growth of metastatic carcinoma in distant sites, is the most common cause of death of cancer patients. The observations from clinical studies and the results of experimental studies using rodent tumors and human cancer cells implanted into immunodeficient host animals suggest that… (More)