Published in Cancer Weekly, January 29th, 2008
"E-cadherin and beta-catenin colocalize in the cell-cell junctions, which becomes more obvious in a time-dependent manner by blockade of KCC activity in cervical cancer SiHa and CaSki cells. Real-time reverse transcription-PCR on the samples collected from the laser microdissection indicates that KCC3 is the most abundant KCC isoform in cervical...
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