Integrin beta1-mediated invasion of human breast cancer cells: an ex vivo assay for invasiveness.

@article{Berry2003IntegrinBI,
  title={Integrin beta1-mediated invasion of human breast cancer cells: an ex vivo assay for invasiveness.},
  author={M. G. Berry and A. Walkyria Goode and John R. Puddefoot and Gavin P. Vinson and Robert Carpenter},
  journal={Breast cancer},
  year={2003},
  volume={10 3},
  pages={214-9}
}
BACKGROUND The integrin cell adhesion molecule (CAM) family is intimately involved in cell adhesion and invasion through tissue basement membranes (BM). As a consequence of the short survival of patient-derived human breast cancer cells, the invasion of such cells has not been previously reported. Our aims were to optimise culture conditions in order to… CONTINUE READING