The impact of low-dose carcinogens and environmental disruptors on tissue invasion and metastasis.

  title={The impact of low-dose carcinogens and environmental disruptors on tissue invasion and metastasis.},
  author={Josiah Ochieng and Gladys N. Nangami and Olugbemiga O Ogunkua and Isabelle R. Miousse and Igor Koturbash and Valerie Odero-Marah and Lisa J Mccawley and Pratima Nangia-Makker and Nuzhat Ahmed and Yunus A. Luqmani and Zhenbang Chen and Silvana Papagerakis and G T Wolf and Chenfang Dong and Binhua P. Zhou and Dustin G. Brown and Anna Maria Colacci and Roslida Abdul Hamid and Chiara Mondello and J Milton Prema Raju and Elizabeth P Ryan and Jordan C Woodrick and Anna Ivana Scovassi and Neetu Singh and Monica Vaccari and Rabindra K. Roy and Stefano Forte and Lorenzo Memeo and Hosni Khairy Salem and Amedeo Amedei and Rabeah Abbas Al-Temaimi and Fahd R Al-Mulla and William H. Bisson and Sakina E. Eltom},
  volume={36 Suppl 1},
The purpose of this review is to stimulate new ideas regarding low-dose environmental mixtures and carcinogens and their potential to promote invasion and metastasis. Whereas a number of chapters in this review are devoted to the role of low-dose environmental mixtures and carcinogens in the promotion of invasion and metastasis in specific tumors such as breast and prostate, the overarching theme is the role of low-dose carcinogens in the progression of cancer stem cells. It is becoming clearer… CONTINUE READING
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