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Platelet-derived growth factor production by B16 melanoma cells leads to increased pericyte abundance in tumors and an associated increase in tumor growth rate

Journal article
Authors Masao Furuhashi
Tobias Sjöblom
Alexandra Abramsson
Jens Ellingsen
Patrick Micke
Hong Li
Erika Bergsten-Folestad
Ulf Eriksson
Rainer Heuchel
Christer Betsholtz
Carl-Henrik Heldin
Arne Östman
Published in CANCER RESEARCH
Volume 64
Issue 8
Pages 2725-2733
ISSN 0008-5472
Publication year 2004
Published at Institute of Medical Biochemistry
Pages 2725-2733
Language en
Keywords protease-activated ligand, angiogenesis in-vitro, pdgf-beta-receptor, dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans, factor-b, endothelial-cells, healing wounds, alpha-receptor, inhibition, recruitment
Subject categories Cancer and Oncology
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