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tumorigenic

[¦tü·mə·rə′jen·ik]
(medicine)
Tumor-forming.
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miR-142 regulates the tumorigenicity of human breast cancer stem cells through the canonical WNT signaling pathway.
Role of CYP2A13 in the bioactivation and lung tumorigenicity of the tobacco-specifc lung procarcinogen 4-(methylnitrosamino)1-(3-pyridyl)-1-butanone: in vivo studies using a CYP2A13humanized mouse model.
[20] Furthermore, as we stated before, iPSCs are not accepted as a totally safe procedure, and further studies are needed to learn how to maintain genetic stability in the process of somatic cell reprogramming, and how to avoid tumorigenicity in iPSCs.
Tumorigenicity of the cigarette smoke extract-induced differentiated cells by subcutaneous inoculation in nude mice
Gou et al., "Fatty acid activated PPAR[gamma] promotes tumorigenicity of prostate cancer cells by up regulating VEGF via PPAR responsive elements of the promoter," Oncotarget, vol.
Ma et al., "Long non-coding RNA XIST promotes glioma tumorigenicity and angiogenesis by acting as a molecular sponge of miR-429," Journal of Cancer, vol.
Berraondo, "Overexpression of apolipoprotein A-I fused to an anti-transforming growth factor beta peptide modulates the tumorigenicity and immunogenicity of mouse colon cancer cells," Cancer Immunology, Immunotherapy, vol.
Without tumorigenicity, blood glucose of diabetic animals will be controlled more safely and physiologically after receiving this kind of heterotypic PIs.
Additionally, [LPA.sub.6] mediates tumor growth and tumorigenicity by upregulating Pim-3 protooncogene through a STAT3-dependent mechanism [69].
Tumorigenicity assays of the three cell lines (sHCC29, sHCC63, and sHCC74) were carried out in such mice in this study (n = 5/group).
MicroRNA-195 suppresses tumorigenicity and regulates G1/S transition of human hepatocellular carcinoma cells.
Of note, the literature has been misnaming ST2 as "suppressor of tumorigenicity 2," when in fact the original name was "growth STimulation expressed gene 2." It was recently renamed to "STimulation-2," as it was first discovered to function as a mediator of type 2 inflammatory responses.