Inhibition of colonization and cell-matrix adhesion after nm23-H1 transfection of human prostate carcinoma cells.

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A human gene, nm23-H1, has been known as a metastasis suppressor in many tumor cells. The cellular mechanisms by which the nm23-H1 protein may directly or indirectly modulate the metastatic phenotype are not yet known. In this study the phenotypic effect of transfection of nm23-H1 cDNA into the human DU 145 prostate carcinoma cell line was examined. Despite… (More)

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@article{Lim1998InhibitionOC, title={Inhibition of colonization and cell-matrix adhesion after nm23-H1 transfection of human prostate carcinoma cells.}, author={Sung-Kil Lim and H y Lee and H J Lee}, journal={Cancer letters}, year={1998}, volume={133 2}, pages={143-9} }