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tumour progression


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tumour progression

The promoting role of a tumour-secreted chemorepellent in self-metastatic tumour progression

Alterations in signal transduction pathways implicated in tumour progression during multistage mouse skin carcinogenesis

Involvement of epidermal growth factor receptor in chemically induced mouse bladder tumour progression

‘Go or Grow’: the key to the emergence of invasion in tumour progression?

Combined therapies of antithrombotics and antioxidants delay in silico brain tumour progression

BAG-1 is up-regulated in colorectal tumour progression and promotes colorectal tumour cell survival through increased NF-κB activity

Tumour markers fluctuations in patients with medullary thyroid carcinoma receiving long-term RET inhibitor therapy: ordinary lapping or alarming waves foreshadowing disease progression?

Circulating tumour cells early predict progression-free and overall survival in advanced colorectal cancer patients treated with chemotherapy and targeted agents

Molecular monitoring of tumour load kinetics predicts disease progression after non-myeloablative allogeneic stem cell transplantation in multiple myeloma

P16.29POST-OPERATIVE DIFFUSION TENSOR IMAGING IDENTIFIES RESIDUAL INVASIVE TUMOR FOLLOWING MAXIMAL RESECTION OF GLIOBLASTOMAS AND PREDICTS LOCATION OF TUMOUR PROGRESSION

Inhibition of nuclear factor kappa B attenuates tumour progression in an animal model of renal cell carcinoma

Enhanced sensitivity of human oral tumours to the flavonol, morin, during cancer progression: involvement of the Akt and stress kinase pathways

HIF expression and the role of hypoxic microenvironments within primary tumours as protective sites driving cancer stem cell renewal and metastatic progression

Effect of neuraxial anaesthesia on tumour progression in cervical cancer patients treated with brachytherapy: a retrospective cohort study

Evaluation of imaging techniques for the assessment of tumour progression in an orthotopic rat model of malignant pleural mesothelioma

 

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The process that is thought to occur in the course of development of a tumour. Implicitly, the idea that more than one change must occur to cause full malignancy and that initiation must be followed by other changes. In many tumours heterogeneity develops as a result of further mutational events.

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