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  • 1
    Call number: 08-AlMed
    Keywords: Anatomy
    Pages: xiii, 415 p.
    ISBN: 3-13-139541-9
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  • 2
    Keywords: Medicine ; Oncology ; Cell Culture ; Biomedicine ; Cancer Research ; Oncology ; Cell Culture ; Springer eBooks
    Description / Table of Contents: In Vitro Invasion Assay Using MatrigelTM - a ℗ Reconstituted Basement Membrane Preparation -- Single Cell and Spheroid Collagen Type I Invasion Assay -- Rocking Adhesion Assay System to Study Adhesion and Transendothelial Migration of Cancer Cells -- Small Cell Lung Cancer (SCLC) Cell Adhesion on E- and P-Selectin under Physiological Flow Conditions -- Adhesion of Tumour Cells to Matrices and Endothelium -- Cell Aggregation Assays -- Chick Heart Invasion Assay -- Computer Simulation of the Metastatic Progression -- Theoretical Considerations In Using Animal Models of Metastasis and Brief Methodology for In Vivo Colorectal Cancer Models in SCID and Nude Mice -- Syngeneic Murine Metastasis Models: B16 Melanoma -- Imageable Clinically-relevant Mouse Models of Metastasis -- Imaging Metastatic Cell Trafficking at the Cellular Level in vivo with Fluorescent Proteins -- Ultrasound Techniques for the Detection of Tumours and Metastases in Small Animals -- The PFP/RAG2 Double Knock Out Mouse in Metastasis Research: Small Cell Lung Cancer and Prostate Cancer -- Ultrasound Guided Intracardial Injection and In-vivo Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Single Cells in Mice as a Paradigm for Haematogenous Metastases -- Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Metastases in Xenograft Mouse Models of Cancer -- Spontaneous and Experimental Metastasis Models: Nude Mice -- Identifying the Origin and Phenotype of Cells in Tumour Xenografts
    Abstract: The second edition of℗ Metastasis Research Protocols℗ brings together updated versions of the seminal technique that were presented in the first edition and also includes new techniques that have recently been shown to be important in illuminating the processes underlying this important area of biology.℗ Volume 2℗ presents℗ techniques applicable at the level of℗ living cells and tissues, and presents methodologies applicable to cell behaviour℗ in vitro, in animal models and in mathematical constructs. The aim is the study of ℗ the interaction between cancer cells and their host/environment. The focus throughout is on the tools that have been shown to be helpful in unravelling the processes important in cancer metastasis.℗ Written in the highly successful℗ Methods in Molecular Biology℗ series format, chapters include introductions to their respective topics, lists of the necessary materials and reagents, step-by-step, readily reproducible laboratory protocols, and key tips on troubleshooting and avoiding known pitfalls. ℗ Authoritative and practical,℗ Metastasis Research Protocols, Second Edition: Volume 2℗ seeks to aid scientists in the further study of new methods in the area of metastasis research
    Pages: XI, 250 p. 34 illus., 10 illus. in color. : online resource.
    Edition: 2nd ed. 2014.
    ISBN: 9781461482444
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  • 3
    Call number: QS17:15/1(5)
    Keywords: Anatomy
    Notes: For poster and online access to this volume please contact the library staff in room D124 (phone 3661, e-mail: http://www.dkfz.de/de/zbib/mitarbeiter/kontakt/fernleihe.php)
    Pages: xv, 613 p. : ill. + 4 folded poster
    Edition: 5., vollst. überarb. Aufl.
    ISBN: 9783132420830
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    Call number: QS17:15/2(5)
    Keywords: Anatomy
    Notes: For poster and online access to this volume please contact the library staff in room D124 (phone 3661, e-mail: http://www.dkfz.de/de/zbib/mitarbeiter/kontakt/fernleihe.php)
    Pages: xv, 491 p. : ill. + 4 folded poster
    Edition: 5., vollst. überarb. Aufl.
    ISBN: 9783132420878
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    Call number: QS17:15/3(5)
    Keywords: Anatomy
    Notes: For poster and online access to this volume please contact the library staff in room D124 (phone 3661, e-mail: http://www.dkfz.de/de/zbib/mitarbeiter/kontakt/fernleihe.php)
    Pages: xv, 600 p. : ill. + 4 folded poster
    Edition: 5., vollst. überarb. Aufl.
    ISBN: 9783132420915
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    Call number: 08-AlMed
    Keywords: Anatomy
    Pages: xiii, 371 p. : ill.
    ISBN: 3-13-139531-1
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    Call number: 08-AlMed
    Keywords: Anatomy
    Pages: xiii, 542 p. : ill.
    ISBN: 3-13-139521-4
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  • 8
    Call number: QS17:17(3)
    Keywords: Anatomy
    Notes: Includes index.
    Pages: xii, 742 p. : ill.
    Edition: 3rd ed.
    ISBN: 9781626232525
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  • 9
    ISSN: 1432-119X
    Source: Springer Online Journal Archives 1860-2000
    Topics: Biology , Medicine
    Notes: Abstract Sialic acid residues are the most abundant terminal carbohydrate residues of mammalian cells. Modification of the sialic acid residues by exposure of cells in culture to sialic acid precursor analogues resulted in a modifed susceptibility to polyoma viruses. In the present study, human breast and colon cancer cell lines were exposed for 65 h to these acid precursor analogues at 5 mM and their lectin binding pattern was analysed. Use of a panel of several different lectins indicated that the pretreatment of these cell lines with the sialic acid analogues did not change their lectin binding profile. The incorporation of these precursors into membrane glycoproteins was assessed by reversed phase high-performance liquid chromatography, which clearly demonstrated that the precursors were incorporated. The results therefore indicate that these analogues are highly specific for sialic acid and do not interfere with other biosynthetic pathways of membrane glycoconjugates.
    Type of Medium: Electronic Resource
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    ISSN: 1432-119X
    Source: Springer Online Journal Archives 1860-2000
    Topics: Biology , Medicine
    Notes: Abstract The nature of cell-associated carbohydrates in the human intestine that may mediate transepithelial transport of bacterial and dietary lectins and their processing by the lymphoid cells of Peyer's patches is not known. Because the cell surface carbohydrate receptors for lectins may vary in different species, the glycoconjugates of human and mouse follicle-associated epithelium and gut-associated lymphoid tissue were compared. A panel of 27, mainly recently isolated, lectins were used to identify glycoconjugate expression in M-cells, enterocytes, goblet cells, lymphocytes and macrophages in mouse and human intestine. Mouse M-cells were exclusively labelled by fucose-specific lectins but in human follicle-associated epithelium no distinct M-cell staining pattern was observed. In the human Peyer's patches,Bryonia dioica lectin bound selectively to paracortical T-lymphocytes andChelidonium majus lectin to germinal centre B-cells. Certain mannose-specific lectins (Galanthus nivalis, Hippeastrum hybrid) stained the tingible body macrophages in the germinal centre of human Peyer's patches but labelled the macrophages in the paracortical T-cell region of the mouse. The results indicate distinct differences in glycosylation between mouse and human Peyer's patches and their associated lymphoid cells. When considering cell surface glycoconjugates as target molecules for the gut immune system, care has to be taken to choose the appropriate lectin for each species.
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