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Frontiers in Oncology, ISSN 2234-943X, 2015, Volume 5, p. 180
Cancer stem cells (CSCs) represent a unique subpopulation of self-renewing oncogenic cells that drive cancer initiation and progression. CSCs often acquire... 
Cancer stem cell | Hyaluronan | Epithelial-to-mesenchymal transition | Multidrug resistance | CD44 | Development and progression | Research | Hyaluronic acid | Oncology, Experimental | Stem cells | Cancer | multidrug resistance | hyaluronan | epithelial-to-mesenchymal transition
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by Matsumura, Kyoka and Kawabata, Ayako and Wakebe, Hirokazu and Sugawara, Masanori and Shiratori, Akiko and Tashiro, Hiroyuki and Satoh, Tadashi and Yoshikawa, Yoko and Hara, Reiko and Sato, Hiroyuki and Ikema, Yasuko and Senoh, Akihiro and Yamazaki, Masaaki and Tanase, Tomo-o and Okitani, Rie and Nakamura, Yoshitaka and Kimura, Kouichi and Yamazaki, Makoto and Ono, Toshihide and Mizushima-Sugano, Junko and Sugiyama, Tomoyasu and Nishi, Tatsunari and Togiya, Sakae and Tanai, Hiroyuki and Goto, Yoshihiro and Ozaki, Kouichi and Shibahara, Toshikazu and Hishigaki, Haretsugu and Morinaga, Misato and Yasuda, Tomohiro and Kumagai, Ayako and Kawakami, Takuma and Iwayanagi, Takao and Sano, Sanae and Senba, Tadashi and Ohmori, Yoshihiro and Nishikawa, Tetsuo and Obayashi, Masaya and Fujimori, Kiyoshi and Takemoto, Makoto and Hayashi, Koji and Kikkawa, Emiko and Nagahari, Kenji and Abe, Kumi and Yamada, Katsue and Ninomiya, Ken and Itoh, Tomoko and Takahashi, Yukiko and Nomura, Nobuo and Okumura, Koji and Takami, Sachiko and Kawai, Yuri and Yamashita, Riu and Otsuki, Tetsuji and Wagatsuma, Masako and Terashima, Yuko and Nagai, Keiichi and Hata, Hiroko and Oyama, Masaaki and Hiraoka, Susumu and Hosoiri, Takehiko and Sugiyama, Akio and Sasaki, Masahide and Sudo, Hiroaki and Nakai, Kenta and Sekine, Mitsuo and Noguchi, Saori and Komatsu, Takami and Takeuchi, Kazuha and Watanabe, Susumu and Fujiwara, Tsutomu and Nakagawa, Satoshi and Komiyama, Megumi and Kaku, Yoshiko and Saito, Kaoru and Murakawa, Katsuji and Takiguchi, Sumiyo and Takahashi-Fujii, Asako and Tanigami, Akira and Isogai, Takao and Katsuta, Naoko and Arita, Miho and Nakamura, Yusuke and Aotsuka, Satoshi and Omura, Yuhi and Komai, Fukuyo and Shiohata, Namiko and Yuuki, Hisatsugu and Imose, Nobuyuki and Irie, Ryotaro and Suzuki, Osamu and Ohara, Osamu and Murakami, Katsuhiko and Yada, Tetsushi and Mizuno, Takae and Shimizu, Fumio and Watanabe, Takeshi and Musashino, Kaoru and Suzuki, Yutaka and Watanabe, Motoji and ...
Nature Genetics, ISSN 1061-4036, 01/2004, Volume 36, Issue 1, pp. 40 - 45
As a base for human transcriptome and functional genomics, we created the "full-length long Japan" (FLJ) collection of sequenced human cDNAs. We determined the... 
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Journal of Dermatological Science, ISSN 0923-1811, 04/2019, Volume 94, Issue 1, pp. 190 - 195
Hyaluronan (HA), a linear non-sulfated glycosaminoglycan, participates in a variety of biological processes in the skin, such as cell-matrix interactions and... 
Hyaluronan | TLR4 | CD44 | Damage-associated molecular pattern | ACID | OLIGOSACCHARIDES | PROTEIN | RECEPTOR | PROLIFERATION | DERMATOLOGY | INFLAMMATION | GROWTH | SKIN | EXPRESSION | Enzymes | Medical research | Medical colleges | Dendritic cells | Medicine, Experimental | Skin | Hyaluronic acid | Sulfates | Mitogens | Protein binding
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International Journal of Cancer, ISSN 0020-7136, 01/2012, Volume 130, Issue 2, pp. 454 - 466
Hyaluronan (HA) has been shown to play crucial roles in the tumorigenicity of malignant tumors. Previous studies demonstrated that inhibition of HA suppressed... 
breast cancer | bone metastasis | hyaluronan | 4‐methylumbelliferone | bone destruction | 4-methylumbelliferone | CARCINOMA-CELLS | ACTIVATION | ACID | TUMOR PROGRESSION | PERICELLULAR MATRIX | OSTEOSARCOMA CELLS | ONCOLOGY | PROSTATE-CANCER | GROWTH | EXPRESSION | CD44 | NIH 3T3 Cells | Apoptosis - drug effects | Humans | Bone Neoplasms - secondary | Extracellular Matrix - metabolism | Bone Neoplasms - metabolism | Breast Neoplasms - metabolism | Glucuronosyltransferase - genetics | Hymecromone - analogs & derivatives | RNA, Messenger - biosynthesis | Cartilage, Articular - metabolism | Hyaluronic Acid - biosynthesis | Female | Bone Neoplasms - genetics | Hyaluronan Synthases | Bone Neoplasms - drug therapy | Hymecromone - pharmacology | Phosphorylation - drug effects | Oncogene Protein v-akt - metabolism | Cell Growth Processes - drug effects | Extracellular Matrix - drug effects | RNA, Messenger - genetics | Hyaluronic Acid - antagonists & inhibitors | Hyaluronan Receptors - biosynthesis | Breast Neoplasms - drug therapy | Hyaluronan Receptors - genetics | Cell Movement - drug effects | Animals | Breast Neoplasms - genetics | Glucuronosyltransferase - metabolism | Breast Neoplasms - pathology | Cell Line, Tumor | Glucuronosyltransferase - antagonists & inhibitors | Mice | Cartilage, Articular - drug effects | Cell Cycle - drug effects | Glucuronosyltransferase - biosynthesis | Cell growth | Breast cancer | Motility | Metastasis | Tumors
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Connective Tissue Research, ISSN 0300-8207, 2008, Volume 49, Issue 5, pp. 311 - 320
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2010, ISBN 9780123812827, Volume 93, Issue C
Heparan sulfate chains are initially synthesized on core proteins as linear polysaccharides composed of glucuronic acid- -acetylglucosamine repeating units and... 
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Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, ISSN 0027-8424, 7/2011, Volume 108, Issue 28, pp. 11524 - 11529
Neuronal development is the result of a multitude of neural migrations, which require extensive cell-cell communication. These processes are modulated by... 
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