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Characteristics of cultured human melanocytes from different stages of tumor progression

  • Ulrich Rodeck
  • Meenhard Herlyn
Part of the Cancer Treatment and Research book series (CTAR, volume 43)

Abstract

Early studies on chemically induced carcinomas in animals suggested that tumorigenesis is not a one-step phenomenon but rather represents a sequence of events leading to increasingly aggressive neoplasms [1, 2]. The concept of distinct sequential stages in the development of malignant cells has gained wide acceptance for both experimentally induced and sporadic malignancies [3].

Keywords

Melanoma Cell Human Melanoma Cell Human Melanocyte Metastatic Melanoma Cell Melanocytic Lesion 
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  • Ulrich Rodeck
  • Meenhard Herlyn

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