Cross-talk between mesenchyme and epithelium increases H19 gene expression during scattering and morphogenesis of epithelial cells.

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The H19 gene is an imprinted gene expressed from the maternal allele. It is known to function as an RNA molecule. We previously reported that in breast adenocarcinoma, H19 is often overexpressed in stromal cells and preferentially located at the epithelium/stroma boundary, suggesting that epithelial/mesenchymal interactions can control H19 RNA expression… (More)

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@article{Adriaenssens2002CrosstalkBM, title={Cross-talk between mesenchyme and epithelium increases H19 gene expression during scattering and morphogenesis of epithelial cells.}, author={Eric Adriaenssens and S{\'e}verine Lottin and Nathalie Berteaux and Louis Hornez and William Fauquette and V{\'e}ronique Fafeur and Jean Phillipe Peyrat and Xuefen Le Bourhis and Hubert Hondermarck and J. M. Coll and Thierry Dugimont and Jean-Jacques Curgy}, journal={Experimental cell research}, year={2002}, volume={275 2}, pages={215-29} }