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Methodology for Detection of Cancer-Promoting S100A4 Protein Conformations in Subnanomolar
Concentrations Using Raman and SERS. J. Phys. Chem. C. 114, 7274-7279.
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L. A. and Fodde, R. (2008). Smad4 haploinsufficieny: a matter of dosage. PathoGenetics.1 (1):2
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and cancer. Int. J. Dev. Biol 55, 483-494.
Albrecht, I., Kopfstein, L., Strittmatter, K., Schomber, T., Falkevall, A., Hagberg, C., Lorentz, P.,
Jeltsch, M., Alitalo, K., Eriksson, U., Christofori, G. and Pietras, K. (2010). Suppressive effects of
Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor-B on tumor angiogenesis and growth in a mouse model of
pancreatic neuroendocrine tumors. PLoS One 5, e14109.
Andolfo, I., De Martino, D., Liguori, L., Petrosino, G., Troncone, G., Tata, N., Galasso, A., Roma, C.,
Chiancone, F., Zarrilli, S., Arrigoni, G., Staibano, S., Imbimbo, C., Zollo, M. (2011). Correlation of
NM23-H1 cytoplasmic expression with metastatic stage in human prostate cancer tissue. Naunyn
Schmiedebergs Arch Pharmacol. Oct; 384(4-5):489-98. Epub 2011 May 7.
Andolfo, I., Liguori, L., De Antonellis, P., Cusanelli, E., Marinaro, F., Pistollato, F., Garzia, L., De
Vita, G., Petrosino, G., Accordi, B., Migliorati, R., Basso, G., Iolascon, A., Cinalli, G. and Zollo, M.
(2012). The micro-RNA 199b-5p regulatory circuit involves Hes1, CD15, and epigenetic modifications
in medulloblastoma. Neuro Oncol. May;14(5):596-612. Epub 2012 Mar 12.
Andolfo, I.., Petrosino, G., Vecchione, L., De Antonellis, P., Capasso, M., Montanaro, D., Gemei, M.,
Troncone, G., Iolascon, A., Orditura, M., Ciardiello, F., De Vita, F. and Zollo, M. (2011). Detection of
erbB2 copy number variations in plasma of patients with esophageal carcinoma. BMC Cancer. Apr 11;
11:126.
Baeriswyl.V. and Christofori, G. (2009). The angiogenic switch in carcinogenesis, Sem. Cancer Biol.
19, 329-337.
Bastiaannet, E., Sampieri, K., Dekkers, O. M., de Craen, A. J., van Herk-Sukel, M. P., Lemmens, V.,
van den Broek, C. B., Coebergh, J. W., Herings, R. M., van de Velde, C. J., Fodde, R. and Liefers, G. J.
(2012). Use of Aspirin postdiagnosis improves survival for colon cancer patients. Br J Cancer. Mar 27.
doi: 10.1038/bjc.2012.101.
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Mudduluru, G., Allgayer, H., Frame, M. and Sleeman, J. P. (2012). CD24 interacts with and promotes
the activity of c-src within lipid rafts in breast cancer cells, thereby increasing integrin-dependent
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Spring Harb Perspect Biol 1:a003129.
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lymphangiogenesis in a three-dimensional culture system. Nat Methods 5: 431-437.
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F., Shalaby, T., De Martino, D., Berg, T,. Eggert, A., Arcaro, A. and Grotzer, M.A. (2010). The
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extracellular matrix and immune killer cells. Crit Rev Immunol. 30(6):529-45.
Christofori, G. (2010). Snail1 links transcriptional control with epigenetic regulation (Have you
seen…?). EMBO J. 29, 1787-1789.
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Cell 19, 6-8.
Cimmino, F., Scoppettuolo, M. N., Carotenuto, M., De Antonellis, P., Dato, V. D., De Vita, G. and
Zollo, M. (2012). Norcantharidin impairs medulloblastoma growth by inhibition of Wnt/_-catenin
signaling. J Neurooncol. Jan;106(1):59-70. Epub 2011 Jul 7
Clément-Ziza, M., Gentien, D., Lyonnet, S., Thiery, J.-P., Besmond, C. and Decraene, C. (2009).
Evaluation of methods for amplification of picogram amounts of total RNA for whole genome
expression profiling. BMC Genomics, 10:246
Collins, C. A., Kretzschmar, K. and Watt, F. M. (2011). Reprogramming adult dermis to a neonatal
state through epidermal activation of beta-catenin. Development 138, 5189-5199.
Connelly, J. T., Ajay Mishra, A., Gautrot, J. E. and Watt, F. M.. (2011). Shape-Induced Terminal
Differentiation of Human Epidermal Stem Cells Requires p38 and Is Regulated by Histone Acetylation.
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21. Connelly, J.T., Gautrot, J.E., Trappmann, B., Tan, D.W., Donati, G., Huck, W.T. and Watt, F.M.
(2010). Actin and serum response factor transduce physical cues from the microenvironment to regulate
epidermal stem cell fate decisions. Nat Cell Biol. 12(7):711-718. Epub 2010 Jun 27
22. Cremers, N., Deugnier M.A. and Sleeman, J.P. (2010). Loss of CD24 expression promotes ductal
branching and enhanced alveoli formation in the murine mammary gland. Cell Mol Life Sci. 67:23112322
23. de Antonellis, P., Medaglia, C., Cusanelli, E., Andolfo, I., Liguori, L., De Vita, G., Carotenuto, M.,
Bello, A., Formiggini, F., Galeone, A., De Rosa, G., Virgilio, A., Scognamiglio, I., Sciro, M., Basso, G.,
Schulte, J. H., Cinalli, G., Iolascon, A. and Zollo, M. (2011). MiR-34a Targeting of Notch Ligand
Delta-Like 1 Impairs CD15/CD133 Tumor-Propagating Cells and Supports Neural Differentiation in
Medulloblastoma. PLoS One 6(9):e24584. Epub 2011 Sep 12.
24. De Craene, B., Denecker, G., Vermassen, P., Mauch, C., Derore, A., Virtanen4, I., Jonkers, J., Fuchs, E.
and Berx, G. (2012). Epidermal Snail expression drives skin cancer initiation and progression through
enhanced cytoprotection, epidermal stem/progenitor cell expansion and enhanced metastatic potential.
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25. De Wever, O., Pauwels, P., De Craene, B., Sabbah, M., Emami, S., Redeuilh, G., Gespach, C., Bracke,
M. and Berx, G. (2008). Molecular and pathological signatures of epithelial-mesenchymal transitions at
the cancer invasion front. Histochem Cell Biol 130:481-49
26. Ellenbroek, S. I. J., Iden, S. and Collard, J. G.(2012). Cell polarity proteins and cancer. Seminars in
Cancer Biology, in press
27. Ellenbroek, S. I. J., Iden, S. and Collard, J. G. (2012). The Rac activator Tiam1 is required for polarized
protrusional outgrowth of primary astrocytes by affecting the organization of the microtubule network.
Small GTPases 3:1, 1-11.
28. Fagiani, E., Lorentz, P., Kopfstein, L. and Christofori, G. (2011). Angiopoietin-1 and 2 exert
antagonistic functions in tumor angiogenesis yet both induce lymphangiogenesis. Cancer Res. 71, 57175727.
29. Fendrich, V., Rehm, J., Waldmann, J., Buchholz, M., Christofori, G., Lauth, M., Slater, E.P. and
Bartsch, D.K. (2011). Hedgehog inhibition with cyclopamine represses tumor growth and prolongs
survival in a transgenic mouse model of islet cell tumors. Ann. Surg. 253, 546-552.
30. Fodde R. (2009). The stem of cancer. Cancer Cell. Feb 3;15(2):87-9.
31. Fodde, R. and Tomlinson, I. (2010). Nuclear beta-catenin expression and Wnt signalling: in defence of
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32. Forst, B., Hansen, M.T., Klingelhoefer, J., Devitt Møller, H. D., Nielsen, G. H., Grum-Schwensen, B.,
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33. Foubert, E., De Craene, B. and Berx, G. (2010). Key signalling nodes in mammary gland development
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34. Francavilla, C., Cattaneo, P., Berezin, V., Bock, E., Ami, D., de Marco, A., Christofori, G. and
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35. Galasso, A, Zollo, M. (2009). The Nm23-H1-h-Prune complex in cellular physiology: a 'tip of the
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36. Garzia, L., Andolfo, I., Cusanelli, E., Marino, N., Petrosino, G., 1, De Martino, D., Esposito, V.,
Galeone, A., Navas, L., Esposito., S., Gargiulo, S., Fattet, S., Donofrio, V., Cinalli, G., Brunetti, A., Del
Vecchio, L., Northcott, P. A., Delattre, O., Taylor, M. D., Iolascon, A. and Zollo, M. (2009).
MicroRNA-199b-5p Impairs Cancer Stem Cells through Negative Regulation of HES1 in
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37. Gaspar, C., Franken, P., Molenaar, L., Breukel, C., van der Valk, M., Smits, R. and Fodde, R. (2009). A
Targeted Constitutive Mutation in the Apc Tumor Suppressor Gene Underlies Mammary But Not
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38. Gheldof, A., Vandamme, N., Raspé, E., Gilles, C. and Berx, G. Unravelling the transcriptional control
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39. Goldie, S. J., Mulder, K., Tan, D. W.-M., Lyons, S. and Watt, F. M. The epidermal stem cell marker
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40. Grigorian, M., Ambartsumian, N. and Lukanidin, E. (2008). Metastasis-inducing S100A4 protein:
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41. Grotegut, S., Kappler, R., Tarimoradi, S., Lehembre, F., Christofori, G. and von Schweinitz, D. (2010).
Hepatocyte growth factor protects hepatoblastoma cells from chemotherapy-induced apoptosis by AKT
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42. Grotenhuis, B. A., Dinjens, W. N., Wijnhoven, B. P., Sonneveld, P., Sacchetti, A., Franken, P. F., van
Dekken, H., Tilanus, H. W., van Lanschot, J. J., and Fodde R. (2010). Barrett's oesophageal
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43. Grum-Schwensen, B., Klingelhöfer, J., Grigorian, M., Almholt, K., Schnack Nielsen, B., Eugene
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44. Hansen, M., Forst, B., Cremers, N., Quagliata, L., Ambartsumian, N., Klingelhöfer, J., Stein, U.,
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metastasis-promoting S100A4 protein, Serum Amyloid A is a potent inducer of tumor metastasis. In
preparation
45. Iden, S. and Collard, J. G. (2008). Crosstalk between small GTPases and polarity proteins in cell
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46. Iden, S., van Riel, W. E., Schäfer, R., Song, J.-Y., Frieling, C., Hirose, T., Ohno, S. and Collard, J. G.
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47. Imaizumi, N., Monnier, Y., Mirimanoff, R.-O. and Ruegg, C. (2010). Radiotherapy suppresses
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48. Klingelhoefer, J. (2010). Toward Methodology for Detection of Cancer-Promoting S100A4 Protein
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50. Klingelhoefer, J., Møller, H.D., Sumer, E.U., Berg, C.H., Poulsen, M., Kiryushko, D., Soroka, V.,
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51. Kretzschmar, K. and Watt, F. M. (2012). Lineage Tracing. Cell 148, 33-45
52. Kuch, V., Schreiber, C, Thiele, W., Umansky, V. and Sleeman, J. P. (2012). Tumor initiating properties
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53. Kuonen, F., Laurent, J., Stehle, J.-C., Rausch, T., Faes-van't Hull, E., Biéler, G., Alghisi, G. C.,
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54. Kuonen, F., Secondini, C. and Rüegg, C. Emerging Pathways Mediating Growth, Invasion And
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55. Kuonen, F., Touvrey, C., Laurent, J. and Ruegg, C. (2010). Fc block treatment, dead cells exclusion,
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58. Laurent, J., Touvrey, C., Botta, F., Kuonen, F. and Ruegg, C. (2011). Emerging paradigms and
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59. Lehembre, F. and Regenass, U. (2012). Metastatic disease: A drug discovery perspective. Seminars in
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60. Liguori, L., Andolfo, I., De Antonellis, P., Aglio, V., di Dato, V., Marino, N., Ivan Orlotti, N., De
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65. Lukanidin, E. and Sleeman, J.P. (2012). Building the niche: The role of the S100 proteins in metastatic
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66. Mestdagh, P., Boström, A. K., Impens, F., Fredlund, E., Van Peer, G., De Antonellis, P., von Stedingk,
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67. Moller, H., Ralfkjaer, U., Cremers, N., Frankel, M., Troelsgaard Pedersen, R., Klingelhöfer, J.,
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