In vivo gene manipulation reveals the impact of stress-responsive MAPK pathways on tumor progression

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It has been widely accepted that tumor cells and normal stromal cells in the host environment coordinately modulate tumor progression. Mitogen-activated protein kinase pathways are the representative stress-responsive cascades that exert proper cellular responses to divergent environmental stimuli. Genetically engineered mouse models and chemically induced… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/cas.12676

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@inproceedings{Kamiyama2015InVG, title={In vivo gene manipulation reveals the impact of stress-responsive MAPK pathways on tumor progression}, author={Miki Kamiyama and Isao Naguro and Hidenori Ichijo}, booktitle={Cancer science}, year={2015} }