Medulloblastoma

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Dual and opposing roles of primary cilia in medulloblastoma developmen...  -  Aug 23, 2009
Nature.comWe asked whether primary cilia in GNPs have a role in medulloblastoma ... Genetic ablation of primary cilia blocked medulloblastoma formation when this ...

New Compound Shrinks Skin Cancers  -  Sep 2, 2009
BusinessWeekThe drug also helped a 26-year-old man suffering from medulloblastoma, ... The man with medulloblastoma also saw a significant shrinkage of his tumor, ...

Genetic research closes in on cause of childhood brain tumour  -  Mar 9, 2009
CBC.caAlthough about 60 per cent of children diagnosed with medulloblastoma now survive ... Medulloblastoma is primarily a disease of very young children and is ...

… is required for neurogenesis and suppression of medulloblastoma  -  May 3, 2007
Nature.comDevelopmental analysis of Brca2 loss. Proliferation and apoptosis were determined at various developmental times in Brca2 Ctrl and Brca2 Nes-cre neural ...

… alone sufficient to treat young children with medulloblastoma?  -  Apr 13, 2005
Nature.com...(2005) Treatment of early childhood medulloblastoma by postoperative chemotherapy alone. ... Young children with medulloblastoma have a poor prognosis, ...

Protein protects embryonic stem cells' versatility and self-renewal  -  Mar 24, 2008
The HinduUnderstanding REST function has applications in both medulloblastoma and embryonic stem cell biology. "Just as blocking REST function has therapeutic ...

New Drug for Brain Cancer Too Dangerous for Pediatric Patients  -  Mar 10, 2008
Washington PostThe authors noted that medulloblastoma is the most common pediatric central nervous system cancer. Although traditional non-STI treatments -- such as ...

Medulloblastoma, acute myelocytic leukemia and colonic carcinomas in...  -  Aug 1, 2006
Nature.comBackground A 13-year-old girl presented with rectal bleeding and was found to have two colonic carcinomas (stage Dukes' C) and multiple colonic polyps. ...

Technique Could Speed New Medulloblastoma Drugs  -  Apr 18, 2006
Medical News Today - Medical News Today (press release)Investigators at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital have developed a strategy to speed future development of more effective and less toxic treatments for ...

Ink4c and Ptch1 genes collaborate to suppress medulloblastoma  -  Nov 10, 2005
eurekalert.orgInk4c and Ptch1 collaboration is independent of Ptch1 and p53 collaboration and demonstrates Ink4c plays key role in preventing medulloblastoma, ...

Gene that spurs deadly brain cancer identified  -  Dec 5, 2009
The HinduThe findings suggest Atoh1 may be a new target for medulloblastoma treatment. “When we cloned the gene for Atoh1 in 1996, we had no clue that it had any ...

Cancer boy on patrol at Number 10  -  Mar 16, 2007
Telegraph.co.ukCollin was diagnosed with metastatic medulloblastoma, a form of brain cancer, at 22 months. He was "sworn in" to the force and promised "to truly serve the ...

Cerebellar stem cells act as medulloblastoma-initiating cells in a...  -  Jan 11, 2010
Nature.comCorrespondence: Dr S Marino, Blizard Institute of Cell and Molecular Science, Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry, Queen Mary University ...

Improved Treatment Raises Medulloblastoma Survival Rate  -  Sep 7, 2006
RedOrbitMEMPHIS, Tenn., Sept. 7 /PRNewswire/ -- A team of investigators led by St. Jude Children's Research Hospital announces that improvements in the treatment of ...

AIDS Drug Slows Spread of Deadly Childhood Brain Cancer  -  Mar 25, 2009
ForbesTelomerase activity appears to be essential for certain tumor survival and growth, such as medulloblastoma -- a highly malignant cancer of the central ...

… roles of primary cilia in medulloblastoma development : Nature...  -  Aug 23, 2009
Nature.comAn example of nonciliated tumor is shown for anaplastic medulloblastoma. ... In the absence of cilia, GLI2N induces medulloblastoma and type 2 tumors ...

Ink4c and Ptch1 genes collaborate to suppress medulloblastoma  -  Nov 15, 2005
Medical News Today - Medical News Today (press release)Ink4c and Ptch1 collaboration is independent of Ptch1 and p53 collaboration and demonstrates Ink4c plays key role in preventing medulloblastoma, ...

Repressing microRNAs for pluripotency  -  Mar 27, 2008
Nature.comWhile working on one of the most malignant childhood brain tumours, medulloblastoma, Majumder and his group thought much of the blame for the cancer might ...

Cholesterol Inhibitors Block Proliferation of Medulloblastoma Cells  -  May 18, 2006
Cancerpage.comNEW YORK MAY 18, 2006 (Reuters Health) - Cholesterol and specific oxysterols are needed for signal transduction in medulloblastoma cells. ...

St. Jude discovery may aid treatments for brain tumor  -  Mar 17, 2008
Bizjournals.comThe researchers found that proteins BMP2, BMP4 and BMP7 inhibit the growth of medulloblastoma tumors while inducing malignant cells to develop into normal ...

Repair of DNA by Brca2 gene prevents medulloblastoma  -  May 21, 2007
Biology News Net - Biology News Net (press release)Investigators at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital have gained some of the first major insights into how certain genes known to prevent cancer also ...

Prenatal vitamins may reduce brain cancer  -  Sep 21, 2006
UPI.com..."Children whose mothers took multivitamins close to the time of conception seemed less likely to suffer medulloblastoma and primitive neuroectodermal tumors ...

Fellowship funds major research project on medulloblastoma  -  Oct 3, 2005
eurekalert.orgCure for Life Foundation TM has awarded one of the largest single fellowships on brain tumour research in Australia to a senior researcher at Children's ...

… roles of primary cilia in medulloblastoma development : Nature...  -  Aug 23, 2009
Nature.com...(a–c) H&E-stained sagittal sections of control and mutant cerebella at P23. (a) GFAPCre;CLEG2 fl/+ mice have ectopic clusters of cells (arrows) without ...

Repair of DNA by Brca2 Gene Prevents Medulloblastoma  -  May 18, 2007
newswise.comNewswise — Investigators at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital have gained some of the first major insights into how certain genes known to prevent ...

… Reading Skills Following Medulloblastoma Irradiation According to...  -  Aug 19, 2005
$4.95 - PR Newswire - ECNext19 /PRNewswire/ -- Irradiation therapy for the brain cancer medulloblastoma is more likely to impair IQ and reading skills of younger children than older ...

Moms' Vitamins Cuts Kids' Brain Tumors  -  Sep 22, 2006
WebMDBunin and colleagues focused on 315 children aged 0-5 years with a type of brain tumorcalled medulloblastoma. The researchers interviewed the kids' moms ...

… roles of primary cilia in medulloblastoma development : Nature...  -  Aug 23, 2009
Nature.com...(a) Hematoxylin-stained sagittal sections of control and mutant cerebella at P10. (b) Immunofluorescence showing the localization of SmoM2-YFP. ...

St. Jude finds signaling system that halts the growth of a childhood...  -  Mar 14, 2008
eurekalert.orgMedulloblastoma occurs in the cerebellum, which is located in the lower, rear part of the brain. This cancer strikes about 350 young children in the United ...

DNA repair by Brca2 prevents medulloblastoma  -  Jun 23, 2007
News-Medical.net...<< >> investigators have gained some of the first major insights into how certain genes known to prevent cancer also guide the nervous system's normal ...

… ; Ink4c and Ptch1 genes collaborate to suppress medulloblastoma, …  -  Nov 28, 2005
Pay-Per-View - Health & Medicine Week - Factiva, from Dow Jones2005 NOV 28 - (NewsRx.com) -- The Ink4c and Ptch1 genes collaborate to suppress the development of medulloblastoma, the most common pediatric brain tumor, ...

Signaling System That Halts The Growth Of A Childhood Brain Cancer …  -  Mar 19, 2008
sciencedaily.comMedulloblastoma occurs in the cerebellum, which is located in the lower, rear part of the brain. This cancer strikes about 350 young children in the United ...

… Evaluation for Disseminated Medulloblastoma Involving the Spine: …  -  May 1, 2006
AJNR (subscription)Eleven other patients (10%) had recurrent intracranial medulloblastoma without ... The presence of disseminated medulloblastoma in the spine seen with MR ...

… Center; Delta-24 adenovirus infects and kills human medulloblastoma...  -  Jan 12, 2005
Pay-Per-View - Biotech Week - Factiva, from Dow JonesHere we report the ability of Delta-24 to kill medulloblastoma cells." ... Within 4 days after infecting medulloblastoma cells with Delta-24, a noticeable ...

… genetic materials identified as key players in causing medulloblast...  -  Mar 31, 2009
Insciences OrganisationMedulloblastoma develops in the cerebellum, a portion of the brain involved in ... About 500 new medulloblastoma cases are diagnosed annually in the United ...

Key to Treating Cancer May Be Finding its Original Cell  -  Aug 11, 2008
webwire.comTo find the normal cells at the root of medulloblastoma, Wechsler-Reya's laboratory, in collaboration with Brandon Wainwright's laboratory at the University ...

Better Survival in Medulloblastoma After Focused Treatment  -  Sep 20, 2006
MedscapeSeptember 20, 2006 — Survival rates after medulloblastoma, the most common malignant brain tumor in childhood, have been improved significantly by ...

Virology; Delta-24 adenovirus infects and kills human medulloblastoma...  -  Jan 13, 2005
Pay-Per-View - Gene Therapy Weekly - Factiva, from Dow JonesHere we report the ability of Delta-24 to kill medulloblastoma cells." ... Within 4 days after infecting medulloblastoma cells with Delta-24, a noticeable ...

Protein interaction causes brain tumors  -  Mar 13, 2008
Johns Hopkins News-LetterIt has been shown that in medulloblastoma cancer cells, there is methylation of ... With this specific information about the formation of medulloblastoma, ...

Scotts Valley rallies to help 3-year-old beat brain cancer  -  Jan 31, 2009
San Jose Mercury NewsChildren's Hospital in Palo Alto every day since December for aggressive medical treatments to attack the medulloblastoma, a form of brain cancer. ...

… Chemotherapy May Replace Radiation For Pediatric Medulloblastoma  -  Mar 9, 2005
Cancerpage.comThe prognosis for young children with medulloblastoma is poor and radiotherapy-induced cognitive deficits are common, lead researcher Dr. Stefan Rutkowski, ...

'Friends Of Jaclyn' Step Up To Raise Funds, Awareness  -  Mar 22, 2007
CSTV.comMany children diagnosed with medulloblastoma don't respond as well to treatment. Each year, the Murphys attend Camp Sunshine, a weekly camp for children ...

Scoperto meccanismo cellulare del medulloblastoma cerebrale  -  Jan 19, 2010
Corriere della SeraMILANO - Nuove speranze, grazie alla ricerca italiana, per combattere i tumori cerebrali infantili e, in particolare, il medulloblastoma, uno dei tumori più ...

Key medulloblastoma brain cancer genes pinpointed  -  Mar 10, 2009
Insciences OrganisationScientists at St. Jude have generated new models of medulloblastoma tumors by inactivating different DNA repair pathways, specifically in the brain. ...

Novel mouse model of medulloblastoma  -  Oct 30, 2005
News-Medical.netA collaboration of researchers, led by Dr. Martine Roussel of << >>, has developed a novel mouse model of medulloblastoma -- the most prevalent malignant ...

drug discovery@nature.com  -  Jan 4, 2010
Nature.comTreatment with this drug reduced the viability of medulloblastoma cells by almost 50%, and downregulated the Hh-pathway signalling. ...

… secondary to resection of a fourth ventricle medulloblastoma: a...  -  Jun 1, 2006
Free with registration - Journal of Medical Speech - Language... - AccessMyLibrary.comHe underwent a gross total resection of a medulloblastoma, with placement of an extraventricular drain. He was mute postoperatively and was transferred to ...

Scientists Find Marker that Signals Better Survival for Children with...  -  Oct 28, 2005
DG NewsMedulloblastoma is the most common malignant brain cancer in children, making up around 20 per cent of all cases. Currently around 40 per cent of affected ...

… Pilocytic astrocytoma differentiated from medulloblastoma by T2...  -  Jun 14, 2006
Pay-Per-View - Life Science Weekly - Factiva, from Dow Jones2006 JUN 14 - (NewsRx.com) -- Pilocytic astrocytoma could be differentiated from medulloblastoma by analyzing the T2-weighted images of the solid portions ...

Some Brain Tumors May Be Mediated By Tiny Filament On Cells  -  Aug 26, 2009
sciencedaily.comRemarkably, an analysis of human tissue in the medulloblastoma study revealed ... The explanation, says the lead investigator of the medulloblastoma study, ...

Medulloblastoma irradiation may impair reading skills in young...  -  Aug 22, 2005
News-Medical.netIrradiation therapy for the brain cancer medulloblastoma is more likely to impair IQ and reading skills of younger children than older children even if the ...

… : Improved Treatment Raises Medulloblastoma Survival Rate. - PR …  -  Sep 7, 2006
Pay-Per-View - PR Newswire - HighBeam ResearchImproved Treatment Raises Medulloblastoma Survival Rate. from PR Newswire. Highbeam Research – FREE Trial.

… to Suppress Development of Medulloblastoma. - PR Newswire | Hi  -  Nov 10, 2005
Pay-Per-View - PR Newswire - HighBeam ResearchIn the team's study of 23 human medulloblastoma samples, the Ink4c gene was not expressed in four cases; the section of DNA next to it, called the promoter, ...

Notizie giornaliere di salute MEDULLOBLASTOMA, PIÙ VICINI ALLA …  -  Jan 25, 2010
Italiasalute.itC'è un meccanismo preciso alla base del medulloblastoma. È la scoperta di un'équipe medica dell'Università La Sapienza di Roma, che ha individuato una delle ...

… : Technique Could Speed New Medulloblastoma Drugs. - PR Newswire | ...  -  Apr 17, 2006
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… Australia; Fellowship funds major research project on medulloblasto...  -  Oct 26, 2005
Pay-Per-View - Biotech Week - Factiva, from Dow JonesMedulloblastoma and neuroblastoma are malignancies of the central nervous ... "At present only 50-60% of children with medulloblastoma survive five years ...

Green veggies can protect baby's brain  -  Apr 6, 2009
Toronto SunMedulloblastoma is the most common brain cancer in children, ... Medulloblastoma is an aggressive cancer that remains extremely difficult to treat ...

RICERCA: DA ITALIANI NUOVE SPERANZE CONTRO TUMORI …  -  Jan 17, 2010
Libero-News.it...che ha individuato un importante meccanismo responsabile del medulloblastoma, il piu' comune tumore cerebrale maligno dell'eta' infantile. ...

… ; Orthodenticle homologue 2 is linked to the formation of medullobla...  -  Apr 5, 2005
Pay-Per-View - Cancer Weekly - Factiva, from Dow JonesFive medulloblastoma genomes were karyotyped by sequencing an average of ... OTX2 transcript was highly and specifically expressed in medulloblastoma or ...

Therapeutic resistance: Smoothing the way  -  Sep 18, 2008
Nature.comPrior to treatment, the medulloblastoma had a somatic mutation in the inhibitory receptor patched 1 (PTCH1) that abrogated SMO repression, indicating the ...

Wyss leads the way for cancer survivors at Relay  -  Mar 30, 2006
West Salem Coulee NewsWyss, an eighth-grader at Melrose-Mindoro Junior High School, was diagnosed with a brain tumor — a medulloblastoma — in December 2004. ...

Curis collaborates with Genentech, NCI on brain cancer drug  -  Mar 13, 2009
Mass High TechIn addition to this Phase 1 medulloblastoma clinical trial, the NCI will sponsor additional clinical trials in patients with small cell lung and pancreatic ...

Researchers Develop Mouse Model Of Brain Tumor  -  Oct 31, 2005
MedIndia...am of researchers, led by Dr. Martine Roussel of the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital has developed a mouse model of medulloblastoma, the most common ...

… ; Orthodenticle homologue 2 is linked to the formation of medullobla...  -  Apr 8, 2005
Pay-Per-View - Genomics & Genetics Weekly - Factiva, from Dow JonesFive medulloblastoma genomes were karyotyped by sequencing an average of ... OTX2 transcript was highly and specifically expressed in medulloblastoma or ...

… ; Survivin is a negative prognostic marker in medulloblastoma  -  Oct 25, 2005
Pay-Per-View - Science Letter - Factiva, from Dow JonesAccording to recent research from Slovenia, "Survivin is a member of the inhibitor of apoptosis protein family, which is over-expressed in many human ...

New Clues to Origin of Childhood Brain Tumors  -  May 16, 2006
Howard Hughes Medical InstituteMedulloblastoma is the most common form of malignant childhood brain cancer. The cancer is due to a breakdown in normal communication between cells. ...

… ; Survivin is a negative prognostic marker in medulloblastoma  -  Oct 24, 2005
Pay-Per-View - Health & Medicine Week - Factiva, from Dow JonesAccording to recent research from Slovenia, "Survivin is a member of the inhibitor of apoptosis protein family, which is over-expressed in many human ...

… ; Survivin is a negative prognostic marker in medulloblastoma  -  Oct 29, 2005
Pay-Per-View - Obesity, Fitness & Wellness Week - Factiva, from Dow JonesAccording to recent research from Slovenia, "Survivin is a member of the inhibitor of apoptosis protein family, which is over-expressed in many human ...

Medulloblastoma Therapy; Cranial irradiation linked to impaired white...  -  Apr 18, 2005
Pay-Per-View - Clinical Oncology Week - Factiva, from Dow Jones2005 APR 18 - (NewsRx.com) -- Craniospinal irradiation therapy can impair white matter development in pediatric medulloblastoma patients. ...

Medulloblastoma Therapy; Cranial irradiation linked to impaired white...  -  Apr 19, 2005
Pay-Per-View - Science Letter - Factiva, from Dow Jones2005 APR 19 - (NewsRx.com) -- Craniospinal irradiation therapy can impair white matter development in pediatric medulloblastoma patients. ...

… strategies for high-risk medulloblastoma and neuroectodermal tumors  -  Apr 19, 2005
Pay-Per-View - Cancer Weekly - Factiva, from Dow JonesKeywords: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States, Medulloblastoma, Supratentorial Primitive Neuroectodermal Tumor, Treatment Options, ...

… strategies for high-risk medulloblastoma and neuroectodermal tumors  -  Apr 23, 2005
Pay-Per-View - Obesity, Fitness & Wellness Week - Factiva, from Dow JonesKeywords: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States, Medulloblastoma, Supratentorial Primitive Neuroectodermal Tumor, Treatment Options, ...

… Children at Risk for Impaired Reading Skills Following Medulloblast...  -  Aug 19, 2005
Pay-Per-View - PR Newswire - HighBeam ResearchYoung Children at Risk for Impaired Reading Skills Following Medulloblastoma Irradiation According to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. from PR ...

Medulloblastoma Therapy; Cranial irradiation linked to impaired white...  -  Apr 24, 2005
Pay-Per-View - Medical Devices & Surgical Technology... - Factiva, from Dow Jones2005 APR 24 - (NewsRx.com) -- Craniospinal irradiation therapy can impair white matter development in pediatric medulloblastoma patients. ...

Lifestyles: Jaclyn Murphy, Five Years Later  -  Mar 25, 2009
Lacrosse Magazine OnlineIn 2004, Jaclyn Murphy was diagnosed with medulloblastoma, a childhood brain cancer. Through her Yorktown Heights, NY, rec league coach, Matt Cameron, ...

… ; Young children at risk for impaired reading after medulloblastoma...  -  Sep 13, 2005
Pay-Per-View - Life Science Weekly - Factiva, from Dow Jones2005 SEP 13 - (NewsRx.com) -- Irradiation therapy for the brain cancer medulloblastoma is more likely to impair IQ and reading skills of younger children ...

Medulloblastoma nel mirino  -  Jan 10, 2010
GalileoIndividuare il tumore del sistema nervoso centrale, molto comune nei bambini, e neutralizzarlo. Lo fanno, per ora in laboratorio, le cellule NK, ...

Genes Collaborate To Suppress Common Pediatric Brain Tumor  -  Nov 14, 2005
sciencedaily.comMedulloblastoma arises in the cerebellum, located in the lower, back part of the ... Previous models of medulloblastoma required eliminating the p53 gene, ...

Coventry News £13,500 raised for the love of Thomas  -  Jan 31, 2006
ic Coventry..."These two professors told us they are now confident they will find a cure for the devastating medulloblastoma tumour that led to Thomas's death. ...

Scientists mix heart drug, fetal toxin to treat cancer  -  Jan 25, 2007
Johns Hopkins News-LetterMedulloblastoma is a solid tumor that grows in the back of the brain between ... Current therapies for medulloblastoma are highly toxic and only minimally ...

VIDEO: Blocking Genetic Pathway Shows Promise In Fight Against …  -  Sep 4, 2009
InsidermedicineIn a separate study, the same team of researchers gave GDC-0449 to a patient with advanced case of a rare form of brain cancer known as medulloblastoma. ...

Targeting the Hedgehog signaling pathway with small molecules.  -  Feb 25, 2005
Free with registration - Asia Africa Intelligence Wire - AccessMyLibrary.comAberrant activation of the Hedgehog pathway has been associated with numerous malignancies including basal cell carcinoma, medulloblastoma, and pancreatic ...

Devin's story: Parents of brave 4-year-old on a mission to save other...  -  May 22, 2005
$2.95 - Daily Home - NewsBankIn November, Devin began displaying the signs of medulloblastoma, ... Also called primitive neuroectodermal tumor, childhood medulloblastoma is a disease ...

Inside Lab Invest  -  Sep 4, 2008
Nature.comMedulloblastoma is the most common malignant pediatric brain tumor. ... First of all, D283 medulloblastoma cells that preferentially express integrins 9 and ...

Curis Announces GDC-0449 Phase I Clinical Data Published In New …  -  Sep 6, 2009
Medical News Today - Medical News Today (press release)The second paper is a case study entitled "Treatment of Medulloblastoma ... A brief report of an adult medulloblastoma patient treated with GDC-0449 was ...

Tumorigenesis: Understanding one's origins  -  Jun 1, 2005
Nature.comMedulloblastoma arises in the cerebellum, which is composed of a plethora of cell ... This resulted in medulloblastoma formation regardless of whether Ptch1 ...

NUOVA SCOPERTA PER IL MEDULLOBLASTOMA, TUMORE …  -  Feb 3, 2010
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Cancer claims Clyde girl - Advertiser-Tribune.com | News, sports,...  -  Aug 7, 2009
Tiffin Advertiser TribuneShe had a tumor in the cerebellum known as medulloblastoma, according to her Web site. Alexa went through radiation therapy and chemotherapy and had a stem ...

Potential Brain Cancer Drug for Children May Damage Bones  -  Mar 4, 2008
newswise.comIn mice specially bred for these studies by Curran's research group, HhAntag specifically acts against signals on a pathway leading to medulloblastoma, ...

Childhood brain tumors: Is the future now?  -  Sep 25, 2008
HemOncToday...children aged younger than 3 years with medulloblastoma can be successfully treated with chemotherapy alone. This is probably due to the use of more ...

Possible Link Between Chemicals, Childhood Brain Cancer  -  Apr 1, 2005
emaxhealth.comMedulloblastoma patients from Duke and North Carolina showed a higher rate of autumn ... While direct links between medulloblastoma and chemicals in the ...

Una speranza italiana per curare il tumore al cervello  -  Jan 20, 2010
NextMeLa Sapienza di Roma, la scoperta di una nuova cura per contrastare il medulloblastoma, il tipico tumore al cervello che colpisce in età infantile. ...

United States 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals Reports - GANNON v. US,...  -  Sep 8, 2008
Pay-Per-View - United States 3rd Circuit Court of... - LoislawIn November 2000, he was diagnosed with a medulloblastoma, a type of cancerous brain tumor. In March 2003, the Gannons filed a notice for damages with the ...

Gene used in brain development can cause childhood brain cancers  -  Feb 2, 2005
eurekalert.orgPHILADELPHIA --A gene that's normally silenced after contributing to brain development was found to be expressed in cells from medulloblastoma, ...

Genetic research homes in on cause of childhood brain tumour  -  Dec 20, 2009
Winnipeg Free PressAlthough about 60 per cent of kids diagnosed with medulloblastoma now survive at ... Medulloblastoma is primarily a disease of very young children and is ...

Tumorigenesis: No frills attached  -  Sep 1, 2009
Nature.comHan and colleagues analysed 38 human medulloblastoma samples and found that desmoplastic medulloblastomas were largely ciliated (5 of 6) and anaplastic ...

Long-term survival and transmission of INI1-mutation via nonpenetrant...  -  Aug 30, 2007
Nature.comTheir maternal half-uncle, who was diagnosed with a medulloblastoma and a renal rhabdoid tumour, died at 2 years of age, suggesting that he inherited the ...

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Harvard University; Role for extracellular signal-regulated kinase 5...  -  Aug 24, 2005
Pay-Per-View - Biotech Week - Factiva, from Dow Jones..."In the present study, we investigate the contribution of ERK5 and its target MEF2 to neurotrophin-3/TrkC-induced medulloblastoma cell death. ...

Apoptosis; Role for extracellular signal-regulated kinase 5 and...  -  Aug 27, 2005
Pay-Per-View - Obesity, Fitness & Wellness Week - Factiva, from Dow Jones..."In the present study, we investigate the contribution of ERK5 and its target MEF2 to neurotrophin-3/TrkC-induced medulloblastoma cell death. ...



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A glioma consisting of neoplastic cells that resemble the undifferentiated cells of the primitive neural tube.

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