Dated: Mar 12, 2022

Publication Name: Biomedicines

Citations : Extracellular Vesicles Derived from Acidified Metastatic Melanoma Cells Stimulate Growth, Migration, and Stemness of Normal Keratinocytes

Metastatic melanoma is a highly malignant tumor. Melanoma cells release extracellular vesicles (EVs), which contribute to the growth, metastasis, and malignancy of neighboring cells by transfer of tumor-promoting miRNAs, mRNA, and proteins. The researchers used the CloneSelect Imager to image 6-well culture plates for their study.
Contributors: Maxim L. Bychkov, Artem V. Kirichenko, Irina N. Mikhaylova, Alexander S. Paramonov, Evgeny V. Yastremsky, Mikhail P. Kirpichnikov, Mikhail A. Shulepko, and Ekaterina N. Lyukmanova

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