Published in Cancer Weekly, July 9th, 2002
"Human neuroblastoma tumors elaborate angiogenic peptides, and enhanced angiogenesis correlates with their aggressive behavior, metastatic spread, and poor clinical outcome," Annamaria Rapella and colleagues explained in the International Journal of Cancer.
Their evaluation of advanced-stage human neuroblastoma cell lines began with demonstrating that both hypoxia and picolinic acid are major stimuli for production of the angiogenesis modulator...
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