Aberrant miR-182 expression promotes melanoma metastasis by repressing FOXO3 and microphthalmia-associated transcription factor
Miguel F Segura, Douglas Hanniford, Silvia Menendez, Linsey Reavie, Xuanyi Zou, Silvia Alvarez-Diaz, Jan Zakrzewski, Elen Blochin, Amy Rose, Dusan Bogunovic, David Polsky, Jianjun Wei, Peng Lee, Ilana Belitskaya-Levy, Nina Bhardwaj, Iman Osman, Eva Hernando
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences | NATL ACAD SCIENCES | Published : 2009
Awarded by NYU Cancer Center (National Institutes of Health-National Cancer Institute Cancer Center)
We thank Dr. Jiri Zavadil and members of the New York University Cancer Institute Genomics Facility for array profiling, as well as the services of theNYUExperimental Pathology Core Facilities. Weare grateful to Dr. Dorothy Bennett (University College London) for providing us with Hermes cells, Dr. AlanHoughton(MemorialSloan-Kettering Cancer Center) for the SK-MEL cell lines, and to Dr. Meenhard Herlyn (Wistar Institute) for the primary melanoma cell lines. This work was funded by grants of the NYU Cancer Center (National Institutes of Health-National Cancer Institute Cancer Center Support Grant P30CA016087) and the Elsa U. Pardee Foundation. M. F. S. is supported by an Alfonso Martin-Escudero fellowship.