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Lysophosphatidic Acid Receptors Determine Tumorigenicity and Aggressiveness of Ovarian Cancer Cells

In vivo mutagenicity of conazole fungicides correlates with tumorigenicity

CB-04EPIGENETIC REGULATION OF GLIOBLASTOMA TUMORIGENICITY: A HYBRID MODEL

Prognostic Significance of Tumorigenic Cells With Mesenchymal Features in Pancreatic Adenocarcinoma

Intrinsic Resistance of Tumorigenic Breast Cancer Cells to Chemotherapy

Reduction of Caveolin-1 Expression in Tumorigenic Human Cell Hybrids

γ-Glutamyl transpeptidase and glutathione biosynthesis in non-tumorigenic and tumorigenic rat liver oval cell lines

Cytokines differentially regulate the synthesis of prostanoid and nitric oxide mediators in tumorigenic versus non-tumorigenic mouse lung epithelial cell lines

FAT10, an ubiquitin-like protein, confers malignant properties in non-tumorigenic and tumorigenic cells

Tazarotene-Induced Gene 1 (TIG1) Expression in Prostate Carcinomas and Its Relationship to Tumorigenicity

Restored Expression of Fragile Histidine Triad Protein and Tumorigenicity of Cervical Carcinoma Cells

Bone Marrow Mesenchymal Stem Cell Has Poor Proliferation but Non-Tumorigenicity in Cancer Environment

MUTANT EGFR SUPPRESSION OF MICRORNA-9 INDUCES FOXP1 TO ENHANCE GLIOBLASTOMA TUMORIGENICITY

Quantitative changes in endogenous DNA adducts correlate with conazole in vivo mutagenicity and tumorigenicity

Bacterial and Human Cell Mutagenicity and Mouse Lung Tumorigenicity of the Oxygenated Polynuclear Aromatic Hydrocarbon Phenalenone

Discrimination of Tumorigenic Triazole Conazoles from Phenobarbital by Transcriptional Analyses of Mouse Liver Gene Expression

Epiregulin enhances tumorigenicity by activating the ERK/MAPK pathway in glioblastoma

 

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Describing something capable of causing tumours, e.g. a carcinogen, an agent such as radiation, an oncogenic virus, or transformed cells that will produce tumours if introduced into animals.

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