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E-cadherin suppression accelerates squamous cell carcinoma progression in three-dimensional, human tissue constructs.

Margulis A, Zhang W, Alt-Holland A, Crawford HC, Fusenig NE, Garlick JA.

Cancer Res. 2005 Mar 1;65(5):1783-91.

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Down-regulation of E-cadherin in mouse skin carcinoma cells enhances a migratory and invasive phenotype linked to matrix metalloproteinase-9 gelatinase expression.

Llorens A, Rodrigo I, López-Barcons L, Gonzalez-Garrigues M, Lozano E, Vinyals A, Quintanilla M, Cano A, Fabra A.

Lab Invest. 1998 Sep;78(9):1131-42.

PMID:
9759657
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E-cadherin loss promotes the initiation of squamous cell carcinoma invasion through modulation of integrin-mediated adhesion.

Zhang W, Alt-Holland A, Margulis A, Shamis Y, Fusenig NE, Rodeck U, Garlick JA.

J Cell Sci. 2006 Jan 15;119(Pt 2):283-91. Epub 2006 Jan 3.

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Matrix metalloproteinase-9 silencing by RNA interference triggers the migratory-adhesive switch in Ewing's sarcoma cells.

Sancéau J, Truchet S, Bauvois B.

J Biol Chem. 2003 Sep 19;278(38):36537-46. Epub 2003 Jul 7.

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Kallikrein 6 induces E-cadherin shedding and promotes cell proliferation, migration, and invasion.

Klucky B, Mueller R, Vogt I, Teurich S, Hartenstein B, Breuhahn K, Flechtenmacher C, Angel P, Hess J.

Cancer Res. 2007 Sep 1;67(17):8198-206.

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Dominant-negative E-cadherin alters adhesion and reverses contact inhibition of growth in breast carcinoma cells.

Vizirianakis IS, Chen YQ, Kantak SS, Tsiftsoglou AS, Kramer RH.

Int J Oncol. 2002 Jul;21(1):135-44.

PMID:
12063560
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Loss of intercellular adhesion activates a transition from low- to high-grade human squamous cell carcinoma.

Margulis A, Zhang W, Alt-Holland A, Pawagi S, Prabhu P, Cao J, Zucker S, Pfeiffer L, Garfield J, Fusenig NE, Garlick JA.

Int J Cancer. 2006 Feb 15;118(4):821-31.

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Association of matrilysin-2 (MMP-26) expression with tumor progression and activation of MMP-9 in esophageal squamous cell carcinoma.

Yamamoto H, Vinitketkumnuen A, Adachi Y, Taniguchi H, Hirata T, Miyamoto N, Nosho K, Imsumran A, Fujita M, Hosokawa M, Hinoda Y, Imai K.

Carcinogenesis. 2004 Dec;25(12):2353-60. Epub 2004 Aug 27.

PMID:
15333466
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Invasion and metastasis of oral cancer cells require methylation of E-cadherin and/or degradation of membranous beta-catenin.

Kudo Y, Kitajima S, Ogawa I, Hiraoka M, Sargolzaei S, Keikhaee MR, Sato S, Miyauchi M, Takata T.

Clin Cancer Res. 2004 Aug 15;10(16):5455-63.

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Dual roles of E-cadherin in prostate cancer invasion.

Chunthapong J, Seftor EA, Khalkhali-Ellis Z, Seftor RE, Amir S, Lubaroff DM, Heidger PM Jr, Hendrix MJ.

J Cell Biochem. 2004 Mar 1;91(4):649-61.

PMID:
14991757
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Recruitment of beta-catenin to cadherin-mediated intercellular adhesions is involved in myogenic induction.

Goichberg P, Shtutman M, Ben-Ze'ev A, Geiger B.

J Cell Sci. 2001 Apr;114(Pt 7):1309-19.

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Expression of e-cadherin and beta-catenin in cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma and its precursors.

Lyakhovitsky A, Barzilai A, Fogel M, Trau H, Huszar M.

Am J Dermatopathol. 2004 Oct;26(5):372-8.

PMID:
15365368
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Beta-catenin interacts with low-molecular-weight protein tyrosine phosphatase leading to cadherin-mediated cell-cell adhesion increase.

Taddei ML, Chiarugi P, Cirri P, Buricchi F, Fiaschi T, Giannoni E, Talini D, Cozzi G, Formigli L, Raugei G, Ramponi G.

Cancer Res. 2002 Nov 15;62(22):6489-99.

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