Invasive growth: from development to metastasis.


Invasive growth is a complex morphogenetic program in which proliferative responses are integrated by apparently independent events such as migration, survival, matrix degradation, and induction of cell polarity. In the first step of this sequence (Figure 1), a cell within a colony or solid tissue is instructed to disrupt cadherin-based intercellular… (More)


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@article{Comoglio2002InvasiveGF, title={Invasive growth: from development to metastasis.}, author={Paolo Maria Comoglio and Livio Trusolino}, journal={The Journal of clinical investigation}, year={2002}, volume={109 7}, pages={857-62} }