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Majchrzak K, Lo Re D, Gajewska M, Bulkowska M, Homa A, Pawłowski K, Motyl T, Murphy PV, Król M
2013
January
Plos One
Migrastatin analogues inhibit canine mammary cancer cell migration and invasion.
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Cancer spread to other organs is the main cause of death of oncological patients. Migration of cancer cells from a primary tumour is the crucial step in the complex process of metastasis, therefore blocking this process is currently the main treatment strategy. Metastasis inhibitors derived from natural products, such as, migrastatin, are very promising anticancer agents. Thus, the aim of our study was to investigate the effect of six migrastatin analogues (MGSTA-1 to 6) on migration and invasion of canine mammary adenocarcinoma cell lines isolated from primary tumours and their metastases to the lungs. Canine mammary tumours constitute a valuable tool for studying multiple aspect of human cancer.
10.1371/journal.pone.0076789
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