Browsing Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology by Subject "ovarian cancer"

Browsing Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology by Subject "ovarian cancer"

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  • Kim, Jaeyeon; Park, Eun Young; Kim, Olga; Schilder, Jeanne M.; Coffey, Donna M.; Cho, Chi-Heum; Bast, Robert C. (MDPI, 2018-11)
    High-grade serous ovarian cancer, also known as high-grade serous carcinoma (HGSC), is the most common and deadliest type of ovarian cancer. HGSC appears to arise from the ovary, fallopian tube, or peritoneum. As most HGSC ...
  • Walton, Josephine B.; Farquharson, Malcolm; Mason, Susan; Port, Jennifer; Kruspig, Bjorn; Dowson, Suzanne; Stevenson, David; Murphy, Daniel; Matzuk, Martin; Kim, Jaeyeon; Coffelt, Seth; Blyth, Karen; McNeish, Iain A. (Nature Publishing group, 2017-12-04)
    Transplantable murine models of ovarian high grade serous carcinoma (HGSC) remain an important research tool. We previously showed that ID8, a widely-used syngeneic model of ovarian cancer, lacked any of the frequent ...
  • Chefetz, Ilana; Grimley, Edward; Yang, Kun; Hong, Linda; Vinogradova, Ekaterina V.; Suciu, Radu; Kovalenko, Ilya; Karnak, David; Morgan, Cynthia A.; Chtcherbinine, Mikhail; Buchman, Cameron; Huddle, Brandt; Barraza, Scott; Morgan, Meredith; Bernstein, Kara A.; Yoon, Euisik; Lombard, David B.; Bild, Andrea; Mehta, Geeta; Romero, Iris; Chiang, Chun-Yi; Landen, Charles; Cravatt, Benjamin; Hurley, Thomas D.; Larsen, Scott D.; Buckanovich, Ronald J. (Elsevier, 2019-03-12)
    Summary Ovarian cancer is typified by the development of chemotherapy resistance. Chemotherapy resistance is associated with high aldehyde dehydrogenase (ALDH) enzymatic activity, increased cancer “stemness,” and expression ...
  • Huddle, Brandt C.; Grimley, Edward; Buchman, Cameron D.; Chtcherbinine, Mikhail; Debnath, Bikash; Mehta, Pooja; Yang, Kun; Morgan, Cynthia A.; Li, Siwei; Felton, Jeremy; Sun, Duxin; Mehta, Geeta; Neamati, Nouri; Buckanovich, Ronald J.; Hurley, Thomas D.; Larsen, Scott D. (ACS, 2018-09)
    Aldehyde dehydrogenase (ALDH) activity is commonly used as a marker to identify cancer stem-like cells. The three ALDH1A isoforms have all been individually implicated in cancer stem-like cells and in chemoresistance; ...

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