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Category: Carcinomas
Cancer type: Bladder
Descriptor: Met expression


Reference Number: 3
Cheng, H. L. et al. Overexpression of c-met as a prognostic indicator for transitional cell carcinoma of the urinary bladder: a comparison with p53 nuclear accumulation. J Clin Oncol 20, 1544-50. (2002).
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Reference Number: 455
Cheng HL, Liu HS, Lin YJ, Chen HH, Hsu PY, Chang TY, Ho CL, Tzai TS, Chow NH. Co-expression of RON and MET is a prognostic indicator for patients with transitional-cell carcinoma of the bladder. Br J Cancer. 92, 1906-14 (2005)
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Reference Number: 549
Koga F, Tsutsumi S, Neckers LM. Low dose geldanamycin inhibits hepatocyte growth factor and hypoxia-stimulated invasion of cancer cells. Cell Cycle. 6, 1393-402 (2007)
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Reference Number: 591
Wu TF, Wu H, Wang YW, Chang TY, Chan SH, Lin YP, Liu HS, Chow NH. Prohibitin in the pathogenesis of transitional cell bladder cancer. Anticancer Res. 27, 895-900 (2007)
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Reference Number: 592
Wang P, Nishitani MA, Tanimoto S, Kishimoto T, Fukumori T, Takahashi M, Kanayama HO. Bladder cancer cell invasion is enhanced by cross-talk with fibroblasts through hepatocyte growth factor. Urology. 69, 780-4 (2007)
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Reference Number: 593
Todeschini AR, Dos Santos JN, Handa K, Hakomori SI. Ganglioside GM2-tetraspanin CD82 complex inhibits met and its cross-talk with integrins, providing a basis for control of cell motility through glycosynapse. J Biol Chem. 282, 8123-33 (2007)
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Reference Number: 627
Compérat E, Roupret M, Chartier-Kastler E, Bitker MO, Richard F, Camparo P, Capron F, Cussenot O. Prognostic value of MET, RON and histoprognostic factors for urothelial carcinoma in the upper urinary tract. J Urol. 179, 868-72 (2008)
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Reference Number: 806
Eissa S, Swellam M, Labib RA, El-Zayat T, El Ahmady O. A panel of angiogenic factors for early bladder cancer detection: enzyme immunoassay and Western blot. J Urol. 181, 1353-60 (2009)
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Reference Number: 808
Miyata Y, Sagara Y, Kanda S, Hayashi T, Kanetake H. Phosphorylated hepatocyte growth factor receptor/c-Met is associated with tumor growth and prognosis in patients with bladder cancer: correlation with matrix metalloproteinase-2 and -7 and E-cadherin. Hum Pathol. 40, 496-504 (2009)
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Reference Number: 853
Bhuvaneswari R, Gan YY, Lucky SS, Chin WW, Ali SM, Soo KC, Olivo M. Molecular profiling of angiogenesis in hypericin mediated photodynamic therapy. Mol Cancer. 7, 56 (2008)
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Reference Number: 854
Todeschini AR, Dos Santos JN, Handa K, Hakomori SI. Ganglioside GM2/GM3 complex affixed on silica nanospheres strongly inhibits cell motility through CD82/cMet-mediated pathway. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 105, 1925-30 (2008)
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Reference Number: 1122
Yeh CY, Shin SM, Yeh HH, Wu TJ, Shin JW, Chang TY, Raghavaraju G, Lee CT, Chiang JH, Tseng VS, Lee YC, Shen CH, Chow NH, Liu HS. Transcriptional activation of the Axl and PDGFR-a by c-Met through a ras- and Src-independent mechanism in human bladder cancer. BMC Cancer. 11, 139 (2011)
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Reference Number: 1392
Hofner T1, Macher-Goeppinger S, Klein C, Rigo-Watermeier T, Eisen C, Pahernik S, Hohenfellner M, Trumpp A, Sprick MR. Development and characteristics of preclinical experimental models for the research of rare neuroendocrine bladder cancer. J Urol. 190, 2263-70 (2013)
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Reference Number: 1393
Majumdar S1, Gong EM, Di Vizio D, Dreyfuss J, Degraff DJ, Hager MH, Park PJ, Bellmunt J, Matusik RJ, Rosenberg JE, Adam RM. Loss of Sh3gl2/endophilin A1 is a common event in urothelial carcinoma that promotes malignant behavior. Neoplasia. 15, 749-60 (2013)
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Reference Number: 1431
Xu X1, Chen H, Lin Y, Hu Z, Mao Y, Wu J, Xu X, Zhu Y, Li S, Zheng X, Xie L. MicroRNA-409-3p inhibits migration and invasion of bladder cancer cells via targeting c-Met. Mol Cells. 36, 62-8 (2013)
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Reference Number: 1480
Kluth M, Reynolds K, Rink M, Chun F, Dahlem R, Fisch M, Höppner W, Wagner W, Doh O, Terracciano L, Simon R, Sauter G, Minner S. Reduced membranous MET expression is linked to bladder cancer progression. Cancer Genet. 207, 147-52 (2014)
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Reference Number: 1744
Chiyomaru T, Seki N, Inoguchi S, Ishihara T, Mataki H, Matsushita R, Goto Y, Nishikawa R, Tatarano S, Itesako T, Nakagawa M, Enokida H. Dual regulation of receptor tyrosine kinase genes EGFR and c-Met by the tumor-suppressive microRNA-23b/27b cluster in bladder cancer. Int J Oncol. 46, 487-96 (2015)
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Reference Number: 1746
Matsumoto R, Tsuda M, Wang L, Maishi N, Abe T, Kimura T, Tanino M, Nishihara H, Hida K, Ohba Y, Shinohara N, Nonomura K, Tanaka S. Adaptor protein CRK induces epithelial-mesenchymal transition and metastasis of bladder cancer cells through HGF/c-Met feedback loop. Cancer Sci. 106, 709-17 (2015)
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Reference Number: 1834
Kim YW, Yun SJ, Jeong P, Kim SK, Kim SY, Yan C, Seo SP, Lee SK, Kim J, Kim WJ The c-MET Network as Novel Prognostic Marker for Predicting Bladder Cancer Patients with an Increased Risk of Developing Aggressive Disease. PLoS One. 10, e0134552 (2015)
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