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Normal & neoplastic stem cell (ML15) Chairperson: Sonoko Habu

Altered gap junctional intercellular communication in neoplastic rat esophageal epithelial cells.

Investigation of Schwann Cells at Neoplastic Cell Sites Before the Onset of Cancer Invasion

Neoplastic transformation of mammary epithelial cells in rats is associated with decreased apoptotic cell death

Susceptibility of Nonpromoter CpG Islands to De Novo Methylation in Normal and Neoplastic Cells

Activation of NF-κB/Rel occurs early during neoplastic transformation of mammary cells

Gap junction expression following UVC-induced neoplastic transformation in human hybrid cell lines.

Myricetin is a novel natural inhibitor of neoplastic cell transformation and MEK1

Hemangioblastomas might derive from neoplastic transformation of neural stem cells/progenitors in the specific niche

Expression of estrogen receptors in a normal human breast epithelial cell type with luminal and stem cell characteristics and its neoplastically transformed cell lines.

An epigenetically controlled PML/Slit axis at the root of cell migration in both normal and neoplastic cells in the CNS

Neoplastic transformation of a human hybrid cell line by alpha particles in relation to mammography X rays

Observation of Radiation-specific Damage in Human Cells Exposed to Depleted Uranium: Dicentric Frequency and Neoplastic Transformation as Endpoints


Correlation between growth control, neoplastic potential and endogenous connexin43 expression in HeLa cell lines: implications for tumor progression

Reduced levels of connexin43 in cervical dysplasia: inducible expression in a cervical carcinoma cell line decreases neoplastic potential with implications for tumor progression

Neoplastic transformation of human osteoblast cells to the tumorigenic phenotype by heavy metal–tungsten alloy particles: induction of genotoxic effects


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A cell in the body of a multicelled eukaryote that grows and multiplies outside the control of the organism as a whole and without reference to the organism's best interests.

Subjects: Zoology and Animal Sciences.

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