Up-regulation of epidermal growth factor-receptors (EGF-R) by nicotine in cervical cancer cell lines: this effect may be mediated by EGF.


PROBLEM Over-expression of epidermal growth factor-receptors (EGF-R) has been described in a variety of cancers, including cervical cancer. Nicotine may increase cellular proliferation rates through a mechanism involving EGF or EGF-R. In this study, we ascertain the effect of EGF antibodies on nicotine-enhanced proliferation rates in two cervical cancer… (More)


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