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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.
Wnt/beta-catenin signaling is stimulated by alpha-Melanocyte-Stimulating Hormone in melanoma and melanocyte cells: implication in cell differentiation.
Wnt/beta-catenin signaling is stimulated by alpha-Melanocyte-Stimulating Hormone in melanoma and melanocyte cells: implication in cell differentiation.
Barbara Bellei
Issue: Pigment Cell & Melanoma Research. Vol. 24, Issue 2, pages 309–325, April 2011
Created: Mar 3, 2011
Views: 1547
Differential roles of the pRb and Arf/p53 pathways in murine naevus and melanoma genesis
Differential roles of the pRb and Arf/p53 pathways in murine naevus and melanoma genesis
Graeme Walker, Blake Ferguson
Issue: Pigment Cell Melanoma Res. 2010 23(6):771-80.
Created: Jan 20, 2011
Views: 947
Sunscreen prevention of melanoma in man and mouse
Sunscreen prevention of melanoma in man and mouse
Glenn Merlino, Edward c De fabo, Margaret a Tucker, Heather lp Klug, Thomas r Fears, Miriam r Anver, Frances p Noonan, Cari Graff-cherry, Janet a Tooze
Issue: Pigment Cell Melanoma Res. 2010. 23(6); 835-837.
Created: Nov 16, 2010
Views: 1302
The deceptive nature of UVA-tanning versus the modest protective effects of UVB-tanning on human skin
The deceptive nature of UVA-tanning versus the modest protective effects of UVB-tanning on human skin
Vincent j. Hearing, Ludger Kolbe, Yoshinori Miyamura, Sergio g. Coelho, Kathrin Schlenz, Jan Batzer, Christoph Smuda, Wonseon Choi, Michaela Brenner, Thierry Passeron, Guofeng Zhang, Rainer Wolber
Issue: Pigment Cell & Melanoma Research 2011, Vol. 24, issue no1; 136-147
Created: Oct 21, 2010
Views: 2061
Loss of nuclear receptor RXR in epidermal keratinocytes promotes the formation of Cdk4-activated invasive melanomas
Loss of nuclear receptor RXR in epidermal keratinocytes promotes the formation of Cdk4-activated invasive melanomas
Arup Indra
Issue: Pigment Cell & Melanoma Research, 23: 635-648
Created: Jul 22, 2010
Views: 3338