Requirements by Cancer Cells for Polypeptide Growth Factors Suggest New Therapeutic Strategies
Division of normal cells is evidently an adaptive response to a sequence of external signals. This often holds too for cancer cells except that they produce and release growth factors for which they bear the appropriate surface receptor, and this can result in autocrine stimulation.
KeywordsToxicity Agar Lymphoma Sarcoma Polypeptide
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