Understanding cancer stem cell biology with real-time live-cell analysis

Additional IncuCyte Publications

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  2. Nair, R et al. c-Myc and Her2 cooperate to drive a stem-like phenotype with poor prognosis in breast cancer. Oncogene, 2014, 33(30), 3992-4002.
  3. Bonuccelli, G et al. NADH autofluorescence, a new metabolic biomarker for cancer stem cells: Identification of Vitamin C and CAPE as natural products targeting stemness. Oncotarget, 2017, 8(13), 20667-20678.
  4. Lotte, ME et al. The Bcl-2 inhibitor Obatoclax overcomes resistance to histone deacetylase inhibitors SAHA and LBH589 as radiosensitizers in patient-derived glioblastoma stem-like cells. Genes & Cancer, 2014, 5, 445-459.
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  11. Alvero, AB et al. Multiple blocks in the engagement of oxidative phosphorylation in putative ovarian cancer stem cells: implication for maintenance therapy with glycolysis inhibitors. Oncotarget, 2014, 5(18), 8703-8715.
  12. Blum, W et al. Stem Cell Factor-Based Identification and Functional Properties of InVitro-Selected Subpopulations of Malignant Mesothelioma Cells. Stem Cell Reports, 2017, 8(4), 1005-1017.
  13. Calvet, CY et al. The culture of cancer cell lines as tumorspheres does not systematically result in cancer stem cell enrichment. PloS One, 2014, 9, e89644.
  14. Morisaki, T et al. Comparative proteomics analysis of gastric cancer stem cells. PLoS One, 9, e110736.
  15. Puvanenthiran, S et al. Impact of the putative cancer stem cell markers and growth factor receptor expression on the sensitivity of ovarian cancer cells to treatment with various forms of small molecule tyrosine kinase inhibitors and cytotoxic drugs. International Journal of Oncology, 2016, 49, 1825-1838.
  16. Redmer, T et al. The role of the cancer stem cell marker CD271 in DNA damage response and drug resistance of melanoma cells. Oncogenesis, 2017, 6(6), e291.
  17. Chefetz, I et al. TLR2 enhances ovarian cancer stem cell self-renewal and promotes tumor repair and recurrence. Cell Cycle, 2013, 12(3), 511-521.
  18. Chefetz, I et al. Inhibition of Aurora-A kinase induces cell cycle arrest in epithelial ovarian cancer stem cells by affecting NFĸB pathway. Cell Cycle, 2011, 10(13), 2206-2214.

  19. Craveiro, V et al. Phenotypic modifications in ovarian cancer stem cells following Paclitaxel treatment. Cancer Medicine, 2013, 2(6), 751-762.

  20. Matzke-Ogi, A et al. Inhibition of Tumor Growth and Metastasis in Pancreatic Cancer Models by interference with CD44v6 Signaling. Gastroenterology, 2016, 150(2), 513-525.
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