Research Hotspot & Journal Scope - Invasion
PITX2 Expression in Non-functional Pituitary Neuroendocrine Tumor with Cavernous Sinus Invasion
Ryota Tamura · Kentaro Ohara · Yukina Morimoto · Kenzo Kosugi · Yumiko Oishi · Mizuto Sato · Kazunari Yoshida · Masahiro Toda ·Biology Medicine
The Prognostic Roles of the Ki-67 Proliferation Index, P53 Expression, Mitotic Index, and Radiological Tumor Invasion in Pituitary Adenomas
Rovshan Hasanov · Berna İmge Aydoğan · Saba Kiremitçi · Esra Erden · Sevim Güllü ·Medicine
Modified Transverse-Vertical Gross Examination: a Better Method for the Detection of Definite Capsular Invasion in Encapsulated Follicular-Patterned Thyroid Neoplasms
Hye-Seon Oh · Sun Jae Kim · Eyun Song · Yu-Mi Lee · Tae-Yon Sung · Won Gu Kim · Tae Yong Kim · Dong Eun Song ·Medicine
Furthermore, cartilage invasion is listed as a contraindication to partial surgical techniques as well as radiotherapy.
MethodsCell invasion models were established, and invasion-related circRNAs were detected by qPCR.
Whereas glioma invasion is activated by a PI3K/AKT‐SOX2 loop, it is reduced by a cryptic invasion suppressor SOX2‐OPA1 pathway.
Loss of STK17A induced morphologic changes, decreased E-cadherin, increased invasion, and augmented organoid attachment on 2D substrates, all together suggesting a more metastatic phenotype.
4 patients had optic nerve invasion detected by MRI (retrobulbar enhancement and optic nerve thickening (36 %); 4.