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Newman S J - - 2007
The aim of this study was to characterize the pathology and clinical outcome of the subcutaneous variant of canine mast cell tumour. Fifty-three cases satisfying the inclusion criteria were selected from the pathology archive of the College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Tennessee. Referring veterinarians provided information on outcome. These ...
Hendrix Mary J C - - 2007
Aggressive tumour cells share many characteristics with embryonic progenitors, contributing to the conundrum of tumour cell plasticity. Recent studies using embryonic models of human stem cells, the zebrafish and the chick have shown the reversion of the metastatic phenotype of aggressive melanoma cells, and revealed the convergence of embryonic and ...
Staneloudi Chrysovalanto - - 2007
Photodynamic therapy (PDT) is becoming an evermore useful tool in oncology but is frequently limited by side-effects caused by a lack of targeting of the photosensitizer. This problem can often be circumvented by the conjugation of photosensitizers to tumour-specific monoclonal antibodies. An alternative is the use of single chain (sc) ...
Franz Marcus - - 2007
Tumour progression in oral squamous cell carcinoma (OSCC) is associated with a reorganisation of extracellular matrix. Laminin-5 (Ln-5) plays an important role for tumour migration and shows an increased expression in areas of direct tumour/stroma interactions. We have previously shown stromal spot like Ln-5/gamma2 chain deposits distant from the basement ...
Wilker Erik W - - 2007
14-3-3 proteins are crucial in a wide variety of cellular responses including cell cycle progression, DNA damage checkpoints and apoptosis. One particular 14-3-3 isoform, sigma, is a p53-responsive gene, the function of which is frequently lost in human tumours, including breast and prostate cancers as a result of either hypermethylation ...
Harris MD
In this report a two stage carcinogenesis model is used to describe the development of lung tumours in rats exposed to radon and uranium ore dust. A tumour was taken to develop in two mutations steps, one from a normal cell to an intermediate cell, and one from an intermediate ...
Webb Steven D - - 2007
Tumour hypoxia is associated with poor drug delivery and low rates of cell proliferation, factors that limit the efficacy of therapies that target proliferating cells. Since macrophages localise within hypoxic regions, a promising way to target hypoxic tumour cells involves engineering macrophages to express therapeutic genes under hypoxia. In this ...
Ng Wai Hoe - - 2007
INTRODUCTION: Glioblastoma is the most common primary brain tumour with poor overall survival. Surgical resection followed by radiation and chemotherapy is the mainstay of treatment. The role of aggressive resection in improving overall survival remains contentious, although there is evolving data to suggest this trend. Definitive evidence will necessitate a ...
Twomey D F - - 2008
Six cases of lymphosarcoma (LSA) in South American camelids (SACs) were selected from submissions to a diagnostic laboratory network servicing England and Wales. Immunophenotyping was carried out using anti-human CD3 and anti-human CD5 for T-cells; and anti-human CD79a and anti-human CD79b for B-cells/plasma cells. On the basis of labelling with ...
Sakata R - - 2008
To clarify the expression of immature and mature retinal cell makers in retinoblastoma cells and to give insights into the cell origin of the retinoblastoma. Five samples from five eyes diagnosed with retinoblastomas were analysed by a standard immunohistochemistry using antibodies against Nestin and the hairy and enhancer of split ...
Galofaro V - - 2007
A rare case of a bilateral Leydig cells tumour located in the testis of a 15-year-old donkey slaughtered normally is presented. Histologically, the testicular tumour showed neoplastic Leydig cells arranged in solid growth as a pseudoadenomatous packet type. To our knowledge, this is the first bilateral Leydig cells tumour, a ...
Masunaga Shin-Ichiro - - 2007
PURPOSE: We clarified the usefulness of mild temperature hyperthermia (MTH) in combination with the continuous administration of tirapazamine (TPZ) under reduced dose-rate irradiation (RDRI) using gamma-rays. MATERIALS AND METHODS: SCC VII tumour-bearing mice received a continuous administration of 5-bromo-2'-deoxyuridine (BrdU) to label all proliferating (P) cells. Then, they received a ...
Tsimaratou K - - 2007
Claspin is a nuclear protein involved in DNA replication and the DNA damage response. Its structural and functional properties suggest that it may represent a potentially useful proliferation marker. To this end, a monoclonal antibody was generated and the expression of claspin was investigated in normal fibroblasts and various cancer ...
Gazi E E School of Chemical Engineering and Analytical Science, The University of Manchester, P.O. Box 88, Manchester, M60 1QD, UK. - - 2007
Prostate cancer (CaP) cells preferentially metastasise to the bone marrow, a microenvironment that plays a substantial role in the sustenance and progression of the CaP tumour. Here we use a combination of FTIR microspectroscopy and histological stains to increase molecular specificity and probe the biochemistry of metastatic CaP cells in ...
Bignold L P - - 2007
The pathological characteristics of tumour cells often include variation of their histopathological features (i.e. "degrees of de-differentiation") between cases of the same tumour type and between different foci within individual tumours. Usually, only a few cell lines from tumours are immortal. Currently, somatic mutation, replicative infidelity of DNA and aneuploidy ...
Susannah Cleary
Chromaffin cells are a modified post-ganglionic sympathetic neuron, which synthesise and secrete catecholamines. The neoplastic transformation of chromaffin cells is demonstrated by the tumour phaeochromocytoma, a functional tumour that recapitulates the normal role of chromaffin cells by synthesising, storing and releasing excess catecholamines. Within this thesis we have explored several ...
Mattarollo, Stephen Robert
Treatment of cancer remains largely ineffective despite ongoing efforts to improve&#13;therapy modalities. Conventional treatments such as chemotherapy and radiation have&#13;proven to be effective in some cases, however the unstable genome of transformed&#13;cells leads to mutations and generation of new sub-clones that are able to escape&#13;therapeutic control. Overcoming tumour resistance requires ...
Henriksson, Eva
The aim of this study was to investigate the pattern of 2-deoxy-2-[F-18]fluoro-D-glucose (FDG) uptake in relation to the intratumoral histopathological appearance. Materials and Methods: Intratumoral distribution of FDG in nude mice with xenografted tumours originating from an established head and neck squamous cell carcinoma was studied. FDG uptake and the ...
Zhao Xiaorong - - 2007
Antibody-therapeutic agent conjugates to be delivered directly into the cytosol of tumour cells is required for many target-based therapeutic strategies. For this work, a large non-immune phage-display library was used to select internalizing scFv (single chain variable fragment) directed against EGFR (epidermal growth factor receptor), a tyrosine kinase receptor that ...
Vincan Elizabeth - - 2007
Developmental morphogenesis relies on cell transitions between epithelial and mesenchymal states. Colorectal cancer (CRC) progression can also be described as 'morphogenesis' as it involves epithelial-mesenchymal transition (EMT), whereby tumour cells become more invasive and metastatic. Subsequently, the disseminated tumour cells must undergo a reverse transition (MET), as the pathology of ...
Ferolla P - - 2007
The widespread availability and reliability of immunohistochemical techniques in the last three decades have allowed researchers to identify cells with common neuroendocrine markers in virtually every organ. As a whole, these neuroendocrine cells form the so-called diffuse neuroendocrine system. Tumours arising from the cells of the diffuse neuroendocrine system are ...
Hazra B - - 2007
BACKGROUND: Alkyl ethers (D2 and D7) synthesized from diospyrin (D1), a naphthoquinonoid isolated from Diospyros montana Roxb., were evaluated for cytotoxicity and capacity to generate reactive oxygen species (ROS) in tumour cells. METHODS: The tumour inhibitory activity of the quinonoids was assessed in vivo against Ehrlich ascites carcinoma (EAC), while ...
Zanghì A - - 2007
Endometrial polypoid adenomyomatosis in an 8-year-old German shepherd bitch is described. The lesion was associated with ovarian granulosa cell tumour and pyometra; grossly, it consisted of sessile or pedunculated processes with both epithelial and non-epithelial components, in which smooth muscle cells were predominant. The endometrium was diffusely atrophic and showed ...
Kasprzak Aldona - - 2007
Neuroendocrine tumours of lungs represent a subgroup of pulmonary tumours with typical morphofunctional traits. In light microscopy, the four principal types of the tumours (typical and atypical carcinoids, small cell lung cancer, large cell neuroendocrine carcinoma) demonstrate typical arrangement of cells (organoid nesting, palisading, a trabecular pattern, and rosette-like structures), ...
Martín de Las Mulas J - - 2007
A spontaneous trichoepithelioma occurred in a Swiss OF1 outbred, four-month-old, intact, nulliparous female mouse from a breeding colony. At necropsy, the tumour was a single, well-delineated mass measuring 4.2 cm in major diameter, located in the thoracic region and had an intact haired surface. The regional lymph nodes were not ...
Hussein Nader - - 2007
Multiple endocrine neoplasia type 1 (MEN1) is a hereditary syndrome caused by the inactivation of the responsible gene, MEN1. To date, the lack of MEN1-deficient cell lines derived directly from MEN1 tumours has hampered the detailed study of the MEN1 gene. We have established several stable Men1-deficient Leydig cell tumour ...
Wharton S B - - 2007
Oligodendrogliomas may be divided into those with deletion of chromosomes 1p and 19q (Del+), and those without (Del-). Del+ tumours show better survival and chemoresponsiveness but the reason for this difference is unknown. We have investigated whether these subgroups differ in (a) apoptotic index, (b) the proportion of cells licensed ...
Kanayama R - - 2007
We report the case of a 67-year-old man with a left pharyngeal tumour, whose peripheral blood showed granulocytosis (white blood cell count, 58,300/microl) and a high serum granulocyte colony stimulating factor titre (184 pg/ml). The tumour showed pleomorphic proliferation of atypical spindle cells in a myxomatous stroma, revealing a sarcomatous ...
Servotte S - - 2006
Astrocytic tumours are associated with dismal prognoses due to their pronounced ability to diffusely invade the brain parenchyma. Various neuropeptides, including gastrin, are able to modulate tumour astrocyte migration. While neurotensin has been shown to influence the proliferation of glioma cells and the migratory ability of a large set of ...
Scotting P J - - 2006
Germ cell tumours of the brain and those that occur in the gonads are believed to share a common origin from germ cell progenitors. This 'germ cell theory' rests upon similar histopathology between these tumours in different locations and the belief that endogenous somatic cells of the brain could not ...
Anlauf M - - 2007
Patients with a multiple endocrine neoplasia type 1 (MEN1)-associated Zollinger-Ellison syndrome (ZES) show multifocal duodenal gastrinomas and precursor lesions. To test these lesions for loss of heterozygosity (LOH) of the MEN1 gene locus on chromosome 11q13, and to investigate whether the MEN1-related endocrine cell changes also involved somatostatin cells. Tissue ...
Sliwa Marcin - - 2007
The invasion of tumour cells into brain tissue is a pathologic hallmark of WHO grades II-IV gliomas and contributes significantly to the failure of current therapeutic treatments. Activated microglial cells are abundant in brain tumours and may support tumour invasiveness. We have previously demonstrated that cyclosporin A (CsA) can affect ...
Palomares Teodoro - - 2006
Differentiation therapy with retinoic acid has been considered a potential approach for treating rhabdomyosarcoma. Analysis of retinoids as differentiating agents for rhabdomyosarcoma is, however, rendered incomplete by the fact that some rhabdomyosarcoma cell lines are retinoic acid resistant. Therefore, the aim of the present work was to study the effect ...
Vortmeyer A O - - 2006
Haemangioblastomas are the key central nervous system manifestation of von Hippel-Lindau (VHL) disease, which is caused by germline mutation of the VHL gene. We have recently shown that 'tumour-free' spinal cord from patients with VHL disease contains microscopic, poorly differentiated cellular aggregates in nerve root tissue, which we descriptively designated ...
Hendriks B S - - 2006
A majority of gefitinib (IRESSA)-responsive tumours in non-small cell lung cancer have been found to carry mutations in ErbB1. Previously, it has been observed that internalisation-deficient ErbB1 receptors are strong drivers of oncogenesis. Using a computational model of ErbB1 trafficking and signalling, it is found that a deficiency in ErbB1 ...
Sasaki T - - 2007
An extremely rare case of a granular cell tumour arising from the right Kiesselbach's area (Little's area) of the nasal septum is reported. A 69-year-old Japanese woman consulted our clinic and her chief complaints were of continuous serous discharge, stuffiness and occasional slight bleeding from the right nasal cavity. Fibrescopy ...
Montoliu P - - 2006
This report describes the incidence, location and histopathological and immunohistochemical features of 30 canine meningiomas, of which 22 were intracranial, three were retrobulbar and five were located in the spinal canal. Nine types of meningioma were diagnosed: transitional (9), meningothelial (5), psammomatous (3), anaplastic (3), fibroblastic (2), angioblastic (2), papillary ...
Adám Balázs - - 2006
Tenascin, an extracellular matrix glycoprotein, is widely expressed in the stroma of almost all types of solid tumours including malignant melanomas. On the basis of its antiadhesive character, it has been supposed that tenascin accumulation facilitates tumour cell invasion and consequent metastasis formation. We aimed to investigate the mechanism by ...
Bertuzzi A - - 2007
After a single dose of an anticancer agent, changes due to cell death are expected to occur in the distribution of cells between proliferating and quiescent compartment as well as in the oxygenation and nutritional state of surviving cells. These changes are transient because tumour regrowth tends to restore the ...
Cegnar Mateja - - 2006
Two polymers chitosan and poly(lactide-co-glycolide) copolymer (PLGA) were investigated to develop nanoparticles (NPs) for delivery of protein drug substance into tumour cells. Cystatin was selected as a model protein drug due to its high potential to inhibit cysteine proteases, known to trigger the invasive process. Ionotropic gelation of chitosan with ...
Zhao P - - 2006
The FHIT gene encompassing the most active common human fragile region, FRA3B, has been proposed as a tumour suppressor gene for important common human carcinomas. The mechanism in which Fhit protein exerts its tumour suppressor activity is still obscure. To further understand the Fhit function associated with its intracellular localization ...
Rani Sandhya B - - 2006
Nestin is an intermediate filament protein expressed in undifferentiated cells during the development of brain and is considered as a marker for neuroepithelial stem cells. Expression of this protein in various CNS tumour cells suggests the possibility of existence of tumour stem cell modulating the evolution. We carried out an ...
Wu X Z - - 2006
Sulfated polysaccharides can act not only as anticoagulants but also as tumour inhibitors. Recent studies suggest that sulfated polysaccharides could affect tumour cells directly. Sulfated polysaccharides could inhibit the metastasis and proliferation of tumour cells by binding to growth factors and cell adhesion molecules. Moreover, sulfated polysaccharides could inhibit heparanase, ...
Fernando Augusta - - 2006
The aim of this study was to define the chemosensitivity profile of a series of human ovarian cancer cell lines representing the human primary ovarian tumours under altered culture conditions and to compare the results with those from tumour-derived cells. In this study, we used a standardized ATP-based tumour chemosensitivity ...
Jansson A - - 2006
The primary source of oestrogen in premenopausal women is the ovary but, after menopause, oestrogen biosynthesis in peripheral tissue is the exclusive site of formation. An enzyme group that affects the availability of active oestrogens is the 17beta-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase (17HSD) family. In breast cancer, 17HSD type 1 and type 2 ...
Zuzak T J - - 2006
BACKGROUND: Medulloblastoma constitute more than 20% of all paediatric brain tumours and are the most common malignant brain tumours in children. Adjuvant chemotherapy has seen a strong increase in the use of complementary medicine for cancer treatment. Evidence for cytotoxic and apoptotic effects of Viscum album (Mistletoe) in vitro is ...
Masunaga S - - 2006
We clarified the usefulness of the continuous administration of tirapazamine (TPZ) in combination with reduced dose-rate irradiation (RDRI) using gamma-rays or reactor thermal neutrons. Squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) VII tumour-bearing mice received a continuous administration of 5-bromo-2'-deoxyuridine (BrdU) to label all proliferating (P) cells. Then, they received a single intraperitoneal ...
Jin Hongchuan - - 2006
The tumour suppressor protein merlin (encoded by the neurofibromatosis type 2 gene NF2) is an important regulator of proliferation in many cell and tissue types. Merlin is activated by dephosphorylation at serine 518 (S518), which occurs on serum withdrawal or on cell-cell or cell-matrix contact. However, the relevant phosphatase that ...
Lui Philip C W - - 2007
Chordoid meningioma is a rare meningioma variant characterised by epithelioid cord-like tumour cells in a myxoid stroma. It is classified as grade II (World Health Organization) tumours, as they have a tendency to behave more aggressively than traditional meningiomas and have a greater likelihood of recurrence. To report the features ...
Yao R - - 2006
Marine organisms are being considered increasingly as sources of anti-tumour agents. The extract from Arca granosa L. has been shown to decrease the growth of tumours and this study was undertaken to determine its ability and mechanism of inhibition. The extract inhibited the proliferation of six human tumour cell lines ...
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