Published in Gene Therapy Weekly, January 12th, 2006
"Metastasis is a vital target for cancer treatment, since the majority of cancer patients die from metastatic, rather than the primary disease. KiSS1 has been identified as a metastasis suppressor gene in melanoma and breast carcinomas."
"We show here that KiSS1 is also a metastasis suppressor in human ovarian cancer," wrote Y. Jiang and colleagues, Cleveland Clinic Foundation.
"Overexpression of KiSS1 in ovarian cancer cells inhibits cell migration induced by serum or lysophosphatidic...
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