Binding of mistletoe lectins to cutaneous malignant melanoma: implications for prognosis and therapy.

@article{Thies2001BindingOM,
  title={Binding of mistletoe lectins to cutaneous malignant melanoma: implications for prognosis and therapy.},
  author={Anka Thies and Uwe Pf{\"u}ller and Melitta Schachner and Hans Peter Horny and I Molls and Udo Schumacher},
  journal={Anticancer research},
  year={2001},
  volume={21 4B},
  pages={2883-7}
}
BACKGROUND Glycoconjugates, as detected by lectin histochemistry, have been implicated in metastasis formation in many neoplasias. However, no data concerning the three mistletoe lectins (MLs) and the spread of malignant melanoma have been published. MATERIALS AND METHODS The binding status of ML-I, -II and -III was histochemically assessed in 100… CONTINUE READING