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Familial gastric cancer: clinicopathological characteristics, RER phenotype and germline p53 and E-cadherin mutations

P-Cadherin is decreased in diabetic glomeruli and in glucose-stimulated podocytes in vivo and in vitro studies

Reduced E-cadherin expression contributes to the loss of p27kip1-mediated mechanism of contact inhibition in thyroid anaplastic carcinomas

P-cadherin induces an epithelial-like phenotype in oral squamous cell carcinoma by GSK-3beta-mediated Snail phosphorylation

Slit-2 facilitates interaction of P-cadherin with Robo-3 and inhibits cell migration in an oral squamous cell carcinoma cell line

Presenilin 1/γ-secretase modulates P-cadherin processing and influences cell adhesion in oral squamous cell carcinoma cell lines

P015 The VEGFC/VEGFR3 pathway controls colitis associated cancer formation and progression through lymphangiogenesis and lymphatic endothelial VE-cadherin

P-001Jointly alterations of voltage-gated Na+ channel SCN5A and E-cadherin genes may impact tumor cell proliferation in human colorectal cancer

L1CAM, INP10, P-cadherin, tPA and ITGB4 over-expression in malignant pleural mesotheliomas revealed by combined use of cDNA and tissue microarray

p2y5/LPA6 attenuates LPA1-mediated VE-cadherin translocation and cell–cell dissociation through G12/13 protein–Src–Rap1

Retraction of: p2y5/LPA6 attenuates LPA1-mediated VE-cadherin translocation and cell–cell dissociation through G12/13 protein–Src–Rap1

ICI 182,780 induces P-cadherin overexpression in breast cancer cells through chromatin remodelling at the promoter level: a role for C/EBPβ in CDH3 gene activation

CagA Associates with c-Met, E-Cadherin, and p120-Catenin in a Multiproteic Complex That Suppresses Helicobacter pylori–Induced Cell-Invasive Phenotype

miR-5003-3p promotes epithelial-mesenchymal transition in breast cancer cells through Snail stabilization and direct targeting of E-cadherin

The Human Homologue of Flamingo, EGFL2, Encodes a Brain-Expressed Large Cadherin-Like Protein with Epidermal Growth Factor-Like Domains, and Maps to Chromosome 1p13.3-p21.1

 

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