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Pigment Cell & Melanoma Research

PCMR publishes manuscripts on all aspects of pigment cells including development, cell and molecular biology, genetics, diseases of pigment cells including melanoma. Papers that provide insights into the causes and progression of melanoma including the process of metastasis and invasion, proliferation, senescence, apoptosis or gene regulation are especially welcome. www.pigment.org.
Endothelin-1 is a transcriptional target of p53 in epidermal keratinocytes and regulates UV induced melanocyte homeostasis
Endothelin-1 is a transcriptional target of p53 in epidermal keratinocytes and regulates UV induced melanocyte homeostasis
Daniel J. Coleman, Gitali Ganguli-Indra, Stephen Hyter, Arup Indra, Steven Ma, Gary F. Merrill, Masashi Yanagisawa
Issue: Pigment Cell Melanoma Res. 2012 Dec 29
Created: Jan 21, 2013
Views: 1764
HSP70i is a critical component of the immune response leading to vitiligo
HSP70i is a critical component of the immune response leading to vitiligo
Jeffrey A. Mosenson, Andrew Zloza, Jared Klarquist, Allison J. Barfuss, Jose A. Guevara-Patino, I. Caroline Le Poole
Issue: Pigment Cell & Melanoma Res. 2012 Jan;25(1):88-98.
Created: Feb 29, 2012
Views: 2389
Embryonic stem-cell-preconditioned microenvironment induces loss of cancer cell properties in human melanoma cells
Embryonic stem-cell-preconditioned microenvironment induces loss of cancer cell properties in human melanoma cells
M. o. Kim, S. h. Kim, N. Oi, M. h. Lee, D. h. Yu, D. j. Kim, E. j. Cho, A. m. Bode, Y. y. Cho, T. g. Bowden, Z. Dong
Issue: Pigment Cell & Melanoma Research, 2011, Vol. 24, Oct, pp 922-31
Created: Nov 7, 2011
Views: 1000
Melanoma: is hair the root of the problem?
Melanoma: is hair the root of the problem?
Angela Gomez garcia, Christine Mclaren, Frank Meyskens
Issue: Pigment Cell & Melanoma Research 2011; 24 (1) 110-118
Created: May 4, 2011
Views: 1219
Loss of Klotho during melanoma progression leads to increased filamin cleavage, increased Wnt5A expression, and enhanced melanoma cell motility.
Loss of Klotho during melanoma progression leads to increased filamin cleavage, increased Wnt5A expression, and enhanced melanoma cell motility.
Tura Camilli, Mai Xu, Michael O'connell, Bonnie Chien, Brittany Frank, Sarah Subaran, Fred Indig, Pat Morin, Stephen Hewitt, Ashani Weeraratna
Issue: Pigment Cell Melanoma Res. 2011 Feb;24(1):175-86
Created: Mar 30, 2011
Views: 1233