HIF-1α Mediates Tumor Hypoxia to Confer a Perpetual Mesenchymal Phenotype for Malignant Progression (Slideshow)
Young-Gun Yoo, Jared Christensen, Jie Gu, L. Eric Huang*
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These slides were presented by Eric Huang at the Keystone Symposium on Epithelial Plasticity and Epithelial-to-Mesenchymal Transition, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 21 to 26 January 2011. The data presented may include unpublished materials that have not been peer-reviewed.This slideshow is presented as a Quicktime movie. Upon opening the movie file, the screen will be blank; mouse-click anywhere on the movie to start the slideshow. The movie automatically pauses between each "slide" or animated action sequence within a slide. To advance through the slides or animated scenes, either mouse-click anywhere on the movie or press the right or down arrow key. To return to the previous slide or rewind the animation on the current slide, press the left or up arrow key.
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Citation: Y.-G. Yoo, J. Christensen, J. Gu, L. E. Huang, HIF-1α Mediates Tumor Hypoxia to Confer a Perpetual Mesenchymal Phenotype for Malignant Progression. Sci. Signal. 4, pt4 (2011).