Inhibition of tumor growth and metastatic spreading by overexpression of inter-alpha-trypsin inhibitor family chains.

Abstract

The inter-alpha trypsin inhibitor (ITI) family is a group of proteins built up from different combinations of I light chain (ITI-L) and 3 highly homologous heavy chains (ITI-HI, -H2 and -H3). To investigate a potential role of the ITI family chains in cancer and metastasis spreading, we engineered human H460M cell lines expressing both the green fluorescent… (More)

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@article{Paris2002InhibitionOT, title={Inhibition of tumor growth and metastatic spreading by overexpression of inter-alpha-trypsin inhibitor family chains.}, author={S{\'e}bastien Paris and Richard Sesbo{\"u}{\'e} and Bertrand Delpech and Claude Chauzy and Luc Thiberville and Jean-pierre Martin and Thierry Fr{\'e}bourg and Maryam Diarra-Mehrpour}, journal={International journal of cancer}, year={2002}, volume={97 5}, pages={615-20} }