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Concept Neoplasm Metastasis
Academic Article The initial steps of ovarian cancer cell metastasis are mediated by MMP-2 cleavage of vitronectin and fibronectin.
Academic Article MMP-2 functions as an early response protein in ovarian cancer metastasis.
Academic Article Loss of E-cadherin promotes ovarian cancer metastasis via alpha 5-integrin, which is a therapeutic target.
Academic Article Adipocytes promote ovarian cancer metastasis and provide energy for rapid tumor growth.
Academic Article {beta}3-integrin expression on tumor cells inhibits tumor progression, reduces metastasis, and is associated with a favorable prognosis in patients with ovarian cancer.
Academic Article Targeting the urokinase plasminogen activator receptor inhibits ovarian cancer metastasis.
Academic Article Organotypic models of metastasis: A three-dimensional culture mimicking the human peritoneum and omentum for the study of the early steps of ovarian cancer metastasis.
Academic Article Mesothelial cells promote early ovarian cancer metastasis through fibronectin secretion.
Academic Article Three-dimensional modeling of ovarian cancer.
Academic Article Adipocyte-induced CD36 expression drives ovarian cancer progression and metastasis.
Academic Article Fibroblasts Mobilize Tumor Cell Glycogen to Promote Proliferation and Metastasis.
Academic Article Neutrophils facilitate ovarian cancer premetastatic niche formation in the omentum.
Academic Article Inhibition of fascin in cancer and stromal cells blocks ovarian cancer metastasis.
Academic Article Quantitative High-Throughput Screening Using an Organotypic Model Identifies Compounds that Inhibit Ovarian Cancer Metastasis.
Academic Article The Natural Product ß-Escin Targets Cancer and Stromal Cells of the Tumor Microenvironment to Inhibit Ovarian Cancer Metastasis.

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