Stem cells and neurogenesis in tumors.

@article{Varner2007StemCA,
  title={Stem cells and neurogenesis in tumors.},
  author={Judith A. Varner},
  journal={Progress in experimental tumor research},
  year={2007},
  volume={39},
  pages={122-9}
}
Bone-marrow-derived and tissue-resident stem cells promote repair of injured tissues by contributing to new blood vessel, muscle and nerve formation. These same stem cells may contribute to tumor growth and spread. Tumors express numerous growth factors that induce both angiogenesis and neurogenesis; these factors may also induce tissue-resident stem cell recruitment and differentiation. Tumors also recruit circulating bone-marrow-derived stem or progenitor cells, which play roles in promoting… CONTINUE READING

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