Characterization of migration-stimulating factor (MSF): evidence for its role in cancer pathogenesis.
AffiliationDepartment of Cell & Structural Biology, University of Manchester, England.
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CitationCharacterization of migration-stimulating factor (MSF): evidence for its role in cancer pathogenesis. 1990, 8 (6):665-7 Cancer Invest.
- Heterogeneity amongst fibroblasts in the production of migration stimulating factor (MSF): implications for cancer pathogenesis.
- Authors: Schor SL, Grey AM, Picardo M, Schor AM, Howell A, Ellis I, Rushton G
- Issue date: 1991
- Migration stimulating factor (MSF): its structure, mode of action and possible function in health and disease.
- Authors: Schor SL, Grey AM, Ellis I, Schor AM, Coles B, Murphy R
- Issue date: 1993
- Detection of migration stimulating activity in wound fluid.
- Authors: Picardo M, Grey AM, McGurk M, Ellis I, Schor SL
- Issue date: 1992 Aug
- Mechanism of action of the migration stimulating factor produced by fetal and cancer patient fibroblasts: effect on hyaluronic and synthesis.
- Authors: Schor SL, Schor AM, Grey AM, Chen J, Rushton G, Grant ME, Ellis I
- Issue date: 1989 Aug
- Multi-factorial modulation of IGD motogenic potential in MSF (migration stimulating factor).
- Authors: Ellis IR, Jones SJ, Staunton D, Vakonakis I, Norman DG, Potts JR, Milner CM, Meenan NA, Raibaud S, Ohea G, Schor AM, Schor SL
- Issue date: 2010 Sep 10