Bombesin stimulates the in vitro growth of a human gastric cancer cell line

@article{Bold1994BombesinST,
  title={Bombesin stimulates the in vitro growth of a human gastric cancer cell line},
  author={R. Bold and P. Lowry and J. Ishizuka and J. Battey and C. Townsend and J. Thompson},
  journal={Journal of Cellular Physiology},
  year={1994},
  volume={161}
}
Bombesin (BBS) and its mammalian equivalent, gastrin‐releasing peptide (GRP) exhibit diverse biological functions, including that of a neurotransmatter, a regulator of gastrointestinal hormone release, and a trophic factor for various normal and neoplastic tissues. Bombesin stimulates the growth of normal cells of the stomach, pancreas, and bronchial epithelium as well as cells in breast cancer, gastrinoma, and small cell lung cancer. The purpose of this study was to determine whether BBS… Expand
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