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Preservation of stemness in high-grade serous ovarian cancer organoids requires low Wnt environment

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EGAS00001003821 Other

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High-grade serous ovarian cancer (HGSOC) likely originates from the fallopian tube (FT) epithelium, but advanced stages are mostly found outside the FT. We used ex-vivo cultures of HGSOC and knock-out of tumor suppressors in FT organoids to study changes in epithelial cells and niche requirements for normal and transformed FT cells. We found that transformed cells require BMP signaling and are growth arrested in Wnt rich medium.

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EGAD00001005279
High-grade serous ovarian cancer (HGSOC) likely originates from the fallopian tube (FT) epithelium, but advanced stages are mostly found outside the FT. We used ex-vivo cultures of HGSOC and knock-out of tumor suppressors in FT organoids to study changes in epithelial cells and niche requirements for normal and transformed FT cells. We found that transformed cells require BMP signaling and are growth arrested in Wnt rich medium. A SureSelectXT Automation Custom Capture Library (Agilent) ... (Show More)
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