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Cancer cell motility and microenvironment

  1. Review

    Reciprocal control of cell proliferation and migration

    In adult tissue the quiescent state of a single cell is maintained by the steady state conditions of its own microenvironment for what concern both cell-cell as well as cell-ECM interaction and soluble factors...

    Alina De Donatis, Francesco Ranaldi and Paolo Cirri

    Cell Communication and Signaling 2010 8:20

    Published on: 7 September 2010

  2. Review

    Tumor interactions with soluble factors and the nervous system

    In the genomic era of cancer research, the development of metastases has been attributed to mutations in the tumor that enable the cells to migrate. However, gene analyses revealed that primary tumors and meta...

    Melanie J Voss and Frank Entschladen

    Cell Communication and Signaling 2010 8:21

    Published on: 7 September 2010

  3. Review

    Rac and Rho GTPases in cancer cell motility control

    Rho GTPases represent a family of small GTP-binding proteins involved in cell cytoskeleton organization, migration, transcription, and proliferation. A common theme of these processes is a dynamic reorganizati...

    Matteo Parri and Paola Chiarugi

    Cell Communication and Signaling 2010 8:23

    Published on: 7 September 2010

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