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Cancer metastasis reviews, ISSN 0167-7659, 09/2019, pp. 1 - 14
Changing the characteristics of cells from epithelial states to mesenchymal properties is a key process involved in developmental and physiological processes... 
Enzymes | Cell survival | Mesenchyme | Protease | Proteolysis | Proteolytic enzymes | Proteinase | Genomes | Cell differentiation | Cancer
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Nature Cell Biology, ISSN 1465-7392, 12/2009, Volume 11, Issue 12, pp. 1487 - 1495
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EMBO reports, ISSN 1469-221X, 06/2008, Volume 9, Issue 6, pp. 582 - 589
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The EMBO Journal, ISSN 0261-4189, 02/2011, Volume 30, Issue 4, pp. 770 - 782
Notch signalling is important for development and tissue homeostasis and activated in many human cancers. Nevertheless, mutations in Notch pathway components... 
miR‐200 | ZEB1 | EMT | Notch | stemness | miR-200 | STEM-CELLS | BIOCHEMISTRY & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY | DOWN-REGULATION | PHENOTYPE | E-CADHERIN | MIR-200 FAMILY | REPRESSORS ZEB1 | CELL BIOLOGY | EPITHELIAL-MESENCHYMAL TRANSITION | BREAST-CANCER | COLORECTAL-CANCER | Receptors, Notch - metabolism | Humans | Receptors, Notch - genetics | Gene Knockdown Techniques | Intercellular Signaling Peptides and Proteins - physiology | DNA-Binding Proteins - metabolism | Intercellular Signaling Peptides and Proteins - metabolism | Neoplasms - genetics | Membrane Proteins - physiology | Serrate-Jagged Proteins | Base Sequence | Membrane Proteins - metabolism | Nuclear Proteins - genetics | Jagged-1 Protein | Calcium-Binding Proteins - metabolism | Transcription Factors - physiology | DNA-Binding Proteins - antagonists & inhibitors | Membrane Proteins - genetics | Cells, Cultured | Intercellular Signaling Peptides and Proteins - genetics | Nuclear Proteins - metabolism | Transcription Factors - antagonists & inhibitors | Signal Transduction - genetics | Transcription Factors - genetics | DNA-Binding Proteins - genetics | Homeodomain Proteins - genetics | Transcription Factors - metabolism | Models, Biological | Calcium-Binding Proteins - physiology | Homeodomain Proteins - antagonists & inhibitors | Nuclear Proteins - antagonists & inhibitors | Signal Transduction - physiology | MicroRNAs - genetics | Feedback, Physiological - physiology | MicroRNAs - physiology | Homeodomain Proteins - physiology | Calcium-Binding Proteins - genetics | Zinc Finger E-box-Binding Homeobox 1 | Proteins | Signal transduction | Cellular biology | Molecular biology | Gene expression | Cancer
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by Tcymbarevich, Irina V and Eloranta, Jyrki J and Rossel, Jean-Benoît and Obialo, Nicole and Spalinger, Marianne and Cosin-Roger, Jesus and Lang, Silvia and Kullak-Ublick, Gerd A and Wagner, Carsten A and Scharl, Michael and Seuwen, Klaus and Ruiz, Pedro A and Rogler, Gerhard and De Vallière, Cheryl and Misselwitz, Benjamin and Abdelrahman, Karim and Ademi, Gentiana and Aepli, Patrick and Thomas, Amman and Anderegg, Claudia and Antonino, Anca-Teodora and Archanioti, Eva and Arrigoni, Eviano and De Jong, Diana Bakker and Balsiger, Bruno and Bastürk, Polat and Bauerfeind, Peter and Becocci, Andrea and Belli, Dominique and Bengoa, José M and Biedermann, Luc and Binek, Janek and Blattmann, Mirjam and Boehm, Stephan and Boldanova, Tujana and Borovicka, Jan and Braegger, Christian P and Brand, Stephan and Brügger, Lukas and Brunner, Simon and Bühr, Patrick and Burnand, Bernard and Burk, Sabine and Burri, Emanuel and Buyse, Sophie and Cao, Dahlia-Thao and Carstens, Ove and Criblez, Dominique H and Cunningham, Sophie and D'Angelo, Fabrizia and De Saussure, Philippe and Degen, Lukas and Delarive, Joakim and Doerig, Christopher and Dora, Barbara and Drerup, Susan and Egger, Mara and El-Wafa, Ali and Engelmann, Matthias and Ezri, Jessica and Felley, Christian and Fliegner, Markus and Fournier, Nicolas and Fraga, Montserrat and Franc, Yannick and Frei, Pascal and Frei, Remus and Fried, Michael and Froehlich, Florian and Furlano, Raoul Ivano and Garzoni, Luca and Geyer, Martin and Girard, Laurent and Girardin, Marc and Golay, Delphine and Good, Ignaz and Bigler, Ulrike Graf and Gysi, Beat and Haarer, Johannes and Halama, Marcel and Haldemann, Janine and Heer, Pius and Heimgartner, Benjamin and Helbling, Beat and Hengstler, Peter and Herzog, Denise and Hess, Cyrill and Hessler, Roxane and Heyland, Klaas and Hinterleitner, Thomas and Hirschi, Claudia and Hruz, Petr and Juillerat, Pascal and Bakker, Carolina Khalid-De and Kayser, Stephan and Keller, Céline and Knellwolf, Christina and Knoblauch, Christoph and Köhler, Henrik and Koller, Rebekka and ... and Swiss IBD Cohort Study Grp and Swiss IBD Cohort Study Group and on behalf of the Swiss IBD Cohort Study Group
BMC Gastroenterology, ISSN 1471-230X, 01/2019, Volume 19, Issue 1, pp. 2 - 11
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Oncotarget, ISSN 1949-2553, 2015, Volume 6, Issue 27, pp. 23874 - 23889
Expression of miR-200c is a molecular switch to determine cellular fate towards a mesenchymal or epithelial phenotype. miR-200c suppresses the early steps of... 
Cofilin | MiRNA target cluster | miR-200c | PKA | Proteomics | cofilin | DIFFERENTIAL EXPRESSION | proteomics | MICRORNA BIOGENESIS | MECHANISMS | EPITHELIAL-MESENCHYMAL TRANSITIONS | IDENTIFICATION | REPRESSORS ZEB1 | FAMILY | CELL BIOLOGY | INVASION | SECRETOME | TARGETS | miRNA target cluster
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by Oosterloo, Mayke and Bijlsma, Emilia K and van Kuijk, Sander MJ and Minkels, Floor and de Die-Smulders, Christine EM and Bachoud-Lévi, Anne-Catherine and Bentivoglio, Anna-Rita and Bentivoglio, Anna Rita and Biunno, Ida and Bonelli, Raphael M and Bronzova, Juliana and Burgunder, Jean-Marc and Dunnett, Stephen and Dunnett, Stephen B and Ferreira, Joaquim J and Frich, Jan C and Frich, Jan and Giuliano, Joe and Handley, Olivia J and Heiberg, Arvid and Illarioshkin, Sergey and Illmann, Torsten and Klempir, Jiri and Landwehrmeyer, Bernhard and Landwehrmeyer, G. Bernhard and Levey, Jamie and McLean, Tim and Nielsen, Jørgen and Nielsen, Jørgen E and Koivisto, Susana Pro and Päivärinta, Markku and Pålhagen, Sven and Quarrell, Oliver and Ramos-Arroyo, Maria and Ramos-Arroyo, Maria Antonia and Roos, Raymund A.C and Roos, Raymund AC and Roos, Peter and Saft, Carsten and Sebastián, Ana Rojo and Tabrizi, Sarah and Tabrizi, Sarah J and Vandenberghe, Wim and Verellen-Dumoulin, Christine and Uhrova, Tereza and Wahlström+, Jan and Zaremba, Jacek and (formerly Rödig, Verena Baake and Barth, Katrin and Garde, Monica Bascuñana and Becanovic, Kristina and Bernard, Tomáš and Betz, Sabrina and Bos, Reineke and Come, Adrien and Guedes, Leonor Correia and Callaghan, Jenny and Capodarca, Selene and Charpentier, Sébastien and Vieira da Silva, Wildson and Di Renzo, Martina and Ecker, Daniel and Finisterra, Ana Maria and Fullam, Ruth and Genoves, Camille and Gilling, Mette and Horta, Andrea and Hvalstedt, Carina and Held, Christine and Hussain, Hasina and Koppers, Kerstin and Lamanna, Claudia and Laurà, Matilde and Descals, Asunción Martínez and Martinez-Horta, Saul and Mestre, Tiago and Minster, Sara and Monza, Daniela and Münkel, Kristina and Mütze, Lisanne and Oehmen, Martin and Padieu, Helene and Paterski, Laurent and Peppa, Nadia and Rindal, Beate and Rogers, Dawn and Røren (formerly Heinonen), Niini and Salgueiro, Ana and Šašinková, Pavla and Seliverstov, Yury and Taylor, Catherine and Taylor, Cat and Taylor, Rachel and Taylor, Anne-Marie and Timewell, Erika and Townhill, Jenny and Cubillo, Patricia Trigo and van Walsem, Marleen R and van Walsem, Marleen and Witjes-Ané, Marie-Noelle and ... and EHDN's associate site in Singapore and REGISTRY Investigators of the European Huntington's Disease Network and Registry Steering committee and Language coordinators
Parkinsonism and Related Disorders, ISSN 1353-8020, 04/2019, Volume 61, pp. 101 - 105
The frequency of late-onset Huntington's disease (>59 years) is assumed to be low and the clinical course milder. However, previous literature on late-onset... 
Age of onset | Huntington's disease | Late-onset Huntington's disease | CLINICAL NEUROLOGY | AGE | FEATURES | Genetic research
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