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The role of SSeCKS/AKAP12 in regulating chemotaxis and metastasis
Metastasis, especially prostate cancer metastasis is a leading cause of death for men in the US. However, little is known regarding the genes and pathways that regulate this metastatic process, and moreover, it is unclear ...
The roles of the E26 transcription family member, SAM pointed domain-containing ETS transcription factor (SPDEF), in early stage prostate cancer and the development of castration recurrent disease
One of the greatest problems in prostate cancer management today is accurate identification of patients who require treatment for aggressive disease versus those with indolent disease who are suitable for observational ...
A novel myosin and its role in metastatic prostate cancer
The majority of death from prostate cancer is caused by metastasis, the spreading of cancer cells from the primary tumors throughout the body. Yet, there is a distinct lack of understanding of the cellular factors and ...