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Human and Animal Cells ST2 Prostate cancer cells promote osteoblastic bone metastases through Wnts.
Human and Animal Cells Activation of the Wnt pathway through AR79, a GSK3β inhibitor, promotes prostate cancer growth in soft tissue and bone.
Human and Animal Cells Cabozantinib inhibits prostate cancer growth and prevents tumor-induced bone lesions.
Human and Animal Cells Exogenous fatty acid binding protein 4 promotes human prostate cancer cell progression.
Human and Animal Cells Expression of osteoprotegerin from a replicating adenovirus inhibits the progression of prostate cancer bone metastases in a murine model.
DNA material AxCANCre (RDB01748) , AxCALNLNZ (RDB01750). An in vitro system to characterize prostate cancer progression identified signaling required for self-renewal.
DNA material AxCALacZ (RDB01745) , AxCAZ3-F/RGD (RDB02194) , AxdAdB-3 (RDB02176) , AxdAdB3-F/RGD (RDB03012). Arg-Gly-Asp (RGD)-Modified E1A/E1B Double Mutant Adenovirus Enhances Antitumor Activity in Prostate Cancer Cells In Vitro and in Mice.
Human and Animal Cells STEAP4 regulates focal adhesion kinase activation and CpG motifs within STEAP4 promoter region are frequently methylated in DU145, human androgen-independent prostate cancer cells.
Human and Animal Cells Proliferation of TSU-Pr1, a human prostatic carcinoma cell line is stimulated by gonadotropin-releasing hormone.
Human and Animal Cells DU145(RCB2143) Systematic Trial for Evaluating Docetaxel in a Human Prostate Cancer Cell DU145 Xenograft Model.
Human and Animal Cells LNCap.FGC(RCB2144) Silencing circular RNA circZNF609 restrains growth, migration and invasion by up-regulating microRNA-186-5p in prostate cancer.
Human and Animal Cells DU145(RCB2143) Interleukin-24 Transduction Modulates Human Prostate Cancer Malignancy Mediated by Regulation of Anchorage Dependence.