The invasive front in endometrial carcinoma: higher proliferation and associated derailment of cell cycle regulators.

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The aim of the study was to explore whether expression of proliferation and hypoxia-related proteins differs in the central parts and the invasive front in endometrial carcinomas. Proliferation-associated proteins Ki67 and cyclin A; cell cycle regulators p16, p21, p53, cyclin D1, cyclin E, and cdk2; and hypoxia-inducible factor 1alpha and its downstream… (More)

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@article{Horre2007TheIF, title={The invasive front in endometrial carcinoma: higher proliferation and associated derailment of cell cycle regulators.}, author={Nicole Horr{\'e}e and Paul J van Diest and Daisy M. D. S. Sie-Go and A. Peter M. Heintz}, journal={Human pathology}, year={2007}, volume={38 8}, pages={1232-8} }