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Abbreviation : HCC
Long Form : human colon carcinoma
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2017 Caspase-4 is essential for saikosaponin a-induced apoptosis acting upstream of caspase-2 and gamma-H2AX in colon cancer cells. ER, SSa
2011 Sequential caspase-2 and caspase-8 activation is essential for saikosaponin a-induced apoptosis of human colon carcinoma cell lines. ---
2002 Human colon adenocarcinoma in the SCID/CB6 radiation chimera is susceptible to adoptive transfer of allogeneic human peripheral blood mononuclear cells. hCEA, PBMC, SCID
2000 Regrowth of 5-fluorouracil-treated human colon cancer cells is prevented by the combination of interferon gamma, indomethacin, and phenylbutyrate. FUra, PB
1998 Preferential activation of the epidermal growth factor receptor in human colon carcinoma liver metastases in nude mice. EGFR
1997 Influence of the host microenvironment on the clonal selection of human colon carcinoma cells during primary tumor growth and metastasis. AR, CEA, EGR-R, TGF-alpha
1996 Modulation of growth and differentiation of human colon carcinoma cells by histone deacetylase inhibitory trichostatins. ---
1996 Progressive upregulation of metastasis-related genes in human colon cancer cells implanted into the cecum of nude mice. bFGF, EGFR
1996 Regulation of carcinoembryonic antigen expression in human colon carcinoma cells by the organ microenvironment. CEA
10  1995 Level and function of epidermal growth factor receptor predict the metastatic potential of human colon carcinoma cells. EGFR
11  1995 Molecular mechanisms for organ-specific colon carcinoma metastasis. ---
12  1992 Regulation of tumor cell growth at organ-specific metastases. ---
13  1991 Orthotopic implantation of human colon carcinomas into nude mice provides a valuable model for the biology and therapy of metastasis. ---
14  1991 Pleiotropic-resistant phenotype is a multifactorial phenomenon in human colon carcinoma cell lines. ActD, CDDP, DOX, MDR, VCR