11 search results for “cxcr4” in the Public website
Cell-autonomous and host-dependent CXCR4 signaling in cancer metastasis: insights from a zebrafish xenograft model
Promotor: A.H. Meijer, Co-promotor: B.E. Snaar-Jagalska
Mechanisms of Ewing sarcoma metastasis: biochemistry and biophysics
Promotor: T. Schmidt, Co-Promotor: B.E. Snaar-Jagalska
Exploitation of host chemokine signalling by pathogenic mycobacteria
Promotores: A.H. Meijer, H.P. Spaink
Role of Chemokine Gradient Sensing in Ewing Sarcoma Progression, Angiogenesis and Immune Targeting
What are the biological and biophysical mechanisms that control chemokine gradient sensing and migration of immune, endothelial, and tumour cells in tumour development?
Cell-autonomous and host-dependent CXCR4 signaling in cancer metastasis
Chemokine signaling in Tuberculosis and Salmonella infection
Who benefits from CXCR/CXCL chemokine signaling during infection: host or pathogen?
Cancer cell mechanism found to be used against itself
Leiden biophysicists have found a new possible way to attack cancer cells. They have located ‘sinkholes’ on the cells where receptor proteins disappear from the surface. If a drug could push these proteins towards those areas, it would kill the cancer cell.
Aggressiveness of cancer cells halted
Zebrafish-human communication shows that cancer cells lacking a signaling protein are less able to develop aggressive metastatic properties. This discovery has been made by molecular cell biologist Claudia Tulotta. PhD defence 14 June.
Role of leukocytes in metastasis formation in a zebrafish
How do macrophages and neutrophils contribute to metastatic onset?
IBL symposium “Integrative Biology towards Healthy Communities”
On Monday the 8th of December, the annual symposium of the IBL will be organized at the main building of the LUMC Leiden. This year’s theme is “Integrative Biology towards Healthy Communities”.
This Week’s Discoveries | 15 November 2016