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How Scatter Factor Receptor c-MET Contributes to Tumor Radioresistance: Ready, Set, Scatter!

Scatter factor/hepatocyte growth factor in brain tumor growth and angiogenesis

Novel hepatocyte growth factor/scatter factor isoform transcripts in the macaque endometrium and placenta

Expression and localization of scatter factor/hepatocyte growth factor in human astrocytomas

Evaluation of scattering factor values for internal dose assessment following the IDEAS guidelines: preliminary results

Electron atomic scattering factors, Debye–Waller factors and the optical potential for high-energy electron diffraction

Effect of Hepatocyte Growth Factor/Scatter Factor on Lipogenesis in Adult Rat Hepatocytes in Primary Culture

Wild-Type But Not Mutant p53 Activates the Hepatocyte Growth Factor/Scatter Factor Promoter

Calculations of anisotropy factors for radionuclide neutron sources due to scattering from source encapsulation and support structures

CORRECTION FACTORS FOR ATTENUATION AND SCATTERING OF THE WALL OF A CYLINDRICAL IONIZATION CHAMBER IN THE 6–7 MeV HIGH-ENERGY PHOTON REFERENCE FIELD

Reversion of Human Glioblastoma Malignancy by U1 Small Nuclear RNA/Ribozyme Targeting of Scatter Factor/Hepatocyte Growth Factor and c-met Expression

Erratum: Reversion of Human Glioblastoma Malignancy by U1 Small Nuclear RNA/Ribozyme Targeting of Scatter Factor/Hepatocyte Growth Factor and c-met Expression

Erratum: Reversion of Human Glioblastoma Malignancy by U1 Small Nuclear RNA/Ribozyme Targeting of Scatter Factor/Hepatocyte Growth Factor and c-met Expression

Prediction of Isocratic Nonaqueous Reversed-Phase High-Performance Liquid Chromatography Retention Parameters and Response Factors of Triacylglycerols Detected by an Ultraviolet-Diode Array—Evaporative Light-Scattering On-Line System

 

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A motility factor (motogen) that stimulates dispersal (scattering) of colonies of epithelial and endothelial cells as single cells. It is identical to hepatocyte growth factor, but is not mitogenic for all cell types.

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