Gli2 expression and human bladder transitional carcinoma cell invasiveness.

@article{Mechlin2010Gli2EA,
  title={Gli2 expression and human bladder transitional carcinoma cell invasiveness.},
  author={Clay W. Mechlin and Matthew J. Tanner and Mengqian Chen and Ralph Buttyan and Robert M. Levin and Badar M. Mian},
  journal={The Journal of urology},
  year={2010},
  volume={184 1},
  pages={344-51}
}
PURPOSE Hedgehog signaling regulates Gli transcription factors. Aberrant hedgehog signaling can be oncogenic and drugs that block hedgehog are being tested as anticancer agents. We considered whether hedgehog/Gli signaling may be involved in human bladder transitional cell carcinoma proliferative or invasive behavior. MATERIALS AND METHODS We stratified the human bladder transitional cell carcinoma lines RT4 (ATCC), 253JP, 253BV, UMUC6 and UMUC3 for relative growth rate by cell counting and… CONTINUE READING
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