Items where Author is "Kumar, Jothi Dinesh"

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Kumar, Jothi Dinesh, Aolymat, Iman, Tiszlavicz, László, Reisz, Zita, Garalla, Hanan M., Beynon, Rob, Simpson, Deborah, Dockray, Graham J., Varró, Andrea: Chemerin acts via CMKLR1 and GPR1 to stimulate migration and invasion of gastric cancer cells: putative role of decreased TIMP-1 and TIMP-2.
ONCOTARGET, 10 (2). pp. 98-112. ISSN 1949-2553 (2019)

Garalla, Hanan M., Lertkowit, Nantaporn, Tiszlavicz, László, Reisz, Zita, Holmberg, Chris, Beynon, Rob, Simpson, Deborah, Varga, Ákos, Kumar, Jothi Dinesh, Dodd, Steven, Pritchard, Mark David, Moore, Andrew R., Rosztóczy, András, Wittmann, Tibor, Simpson, Alec, Dockray, Graham J., Varró, Andrea: Matrix metalloproteinase (MMP)-7 in Barrett's esophagus and esophageal adenocarcinoma: expression, metabolism, and functional significance.
PHYSIOLOGICAL REPORTS, 6 (10). Terjedelem: 15 p.-Azonosító: e13683. ISSN 2051-817X (2018)

Varga, Ákos, Kumar, Jothi Dinesh, Simpson, Alec W. M., Dodd, Steven, Hegyi, Péter, Dockray, Graham J., Varró, Andrea: Cell cycle dependent expression of the CCK2 receptor by gastrointestinal myofibroblasts: putative role in determining cell migration.
PHYSIOLOGICAL REPORTS, 5 (19). Terjedelem: 11 p.-Azonosító: e13394. (2017)

Wang, Liyi, Steele, Islay, Kumar, Jothi Dinesh, Dimaline, Rod, Jithesh, Puthen V., Tiszlavicz, László, Reisz, Zita, Dockray, Graham J., Varró, Andrea: Distinct miRNA profiles in normal and gastric cancer myofibroblasts and significance in Wnt signaling.
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY: GASTROINTESTINAL AND LIVER PHYSIOLOGY, 310 (9). G696-G704. ISSN 0193-1857 (2016)

Holmberg, Chris, Quante, Michael, Steele, Islay, Kumar, Jothi Dinesh, Balabanova, Silvia, Duval, Cedric, Czepán, Mátyás, Rakonczay, Zoltán, ifj., Tiszlavicz, László, Németh, István Balázs, Lázár, György ifj., Simonka, Zsolt, Jenkins, Rosalind, Hegyi, Péter, Varró, Andrea: Release of TGFssig-h3 by gastric myofibroblasts slows tumor growth and is decreased with cancer progression.
CARCINOGENESIS, 33 (8). pp. 1553-1562. ISSN 0143-3334 (2012)

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