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tumorigenic

[¦tü·mə·rə′jen·ik]
(medicine)
Tumor-forming.
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In all three groups, the tumourigenic process was induced by the intraperitoneal injection with approximately 4 X 105 LM3 murine breast tumour cells.
Henao et al., "Down-regulation of microRNAs controlling tumourigenic factors in follicular thyroid carcinoma," Journal of Molecular Endocrinology, vol.
A common example of a tumourigenic oncogene is the mutation of KRAS in colorectal cancer.
Establishment and characterization of a highly tumourigenic and cancer stem cell enriched pancreatic cancer cell line as a well defined model system.
SP cells from OSCC have shown to be more tumourigenic and chemoresistant and have demonstrated self-renewal in vivo.
Out of these in detail, SRSF1 found directly modulates the expression of tumourigenic the tyrosinekinase receptor (RON), is associated with shorter survival and poorPrognosis in GBM's patient [6].