|1.||Zagon, Ian S: 3 articles (11/2004 - 12/2002)|
|2.||Verderame, Michael F: 3 articles (11/2004 - 12/2002)|
|3.||Smith, Jill P: 3 articles (11/2004 - 12/2002)|
|4.||Kiss, Robert: 2 articles (10/2005 - 04/2003)|
|5.||Mathieu, Véronique: 1 article (10/2005)|
|6.||Mijatovic, Tatjana: 1 article (10/2005)|
|7.||van Damme, Marc: 1 article (10/2005)|
|8.||Stanley, Wayne B: 1 article (11/2004)|
|9.||Ballard, Elizabeth N: 1 article (03/2004)|
|10.||Lefranc, Florence: 1 article (04/2003)|
|1.||Pancreatic Neoplasms (Pancreatic Cancer)
11/01/2004 - "These studies indicate that the CCK-C receptor is functional and plays a crucial role in growth of human pancreatic cancer."
11/01/2004 - "In vivo, athymic nude mice bearing human BxPC-3 pancreatic cancers were treated for 28 days with either an antisense oligonucleotide specific to the CCK-C receptor, the same nucleotide sequence arranged in a scrambled fashion (nucleotide control), or vehicle (control). "
12/01/2002 - "An antibody raised against the novel receptor was utilized to investigate the role of the CCK-C receptor on pancreatic cancer cellular growth using in vitro technology. "
03/15/2004 - "These studies demonstrate that gastrin and the CCK-C receptor form an autocrine loop in human pancreatic cancer that plays a role in regulating growth."
11/01/2004 - "The functional significance of the cholecystokinin-C (CCK-C) receptor in human pancreatic cancer."
03/15/2004 - "The relationship of gastrin and the CCK-C receptor to the growth of cancer cells was examined in vitro and in vivo. "
11/01/2004 - "The aim of this study was to evaluate whether the CCK-C receptor, a splice variant of the CCK-B receptor, in human pancreatic cancer cells was associated with accelerated cancer cell growth. "
03/15/2004 - "Stable transfection of the sense cDNA of gastrin into human MDA Amp-7 ampullary cancer cells, which normally lack gastrin gene expression but possess CCK-C receptors, increased cell growth up to 10-fold over wild type (WT) and vector-transfected (VT) cells. "
03/15/2004 - "Transfection of human BxPC-3 pancreatic cancer cells, which normally express gastrin and possess CCK-C receptors, with the antisense cDNA to human gastrin decreased cell number by 30% in culture and tumor size by 53% compared to the WT and VT groups. "
01/01/1997 - "The gastrin/CCK-B receptor might therefore be involved in an hypothetic autocrine proliferative loop only in some colonic tumors, and the receptor mainly involved in this loop may well be the CCK-C receptor, since its mRNA is expressed as often as gastrin mRNA in tumors and cell lines."
|3.||Neoplasm Metastasis (Metastasis)
01/01/1997 - "A series of healthy and tumoral colon samples, the associated hepatic metastases and four colonic cell lines were examined for gene expression of the 2 isoforms of the CCK-B receptor and the CCK-C receptor using reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction. "
01/01/1995 - "To investigate further the presence of an autocrine proliferative loop involving gastrin in colorectal carcinomas and to clarify the receptor responsible, 102 human colorectal carcinomas and 10 hepatic metastases were investigated for the expression of the genes encoding gastrin, the gastrin/CCK-B receptor and the gastrin/CCK-C receptor. "
08/02/1994 - "The affinities of antagonists for the GBP correlate well with their affinities for the gastrin/CCK-C receptor and with their potencies for inhibition of colon carcinoma cell growth. "
01/01/1995 - "High-affinity gastrin/CCK-B receptors were not detected in any of the carcinomas investigated, whereas in 36% low-affinity binding was observed, consistent with the expression of the gastrin/CCK-C receptor. "
01/01/1995 - "RNase protection assay detected the RNA for the gastrin/CCK-B receptor in 11% of the carcinomas investigated, whereas the RNA for the gastrin/CCK-C receptor was demonstrated in 75% and the RNA for gastrin in 86% of the carcinomas investigated. "
04/01/2003 - "Gastrin significantly decreased the overall growth rate in the rat C6 and the human U373 high-grade astrocytic tumor models with either CCK(B) or CCK(C) gastrin receptor but not in the 9L rat gliosarcoma, which had no CCK(B) gastrin receptor (but had CCK(A) receptor) and only weak amounts of CCK(C) receptor. "
|1.||Cholecystokinin B Receptor
|3.||Messenger RNA (mRNA)
|4.||Cholecystokinin A Receptor
|5.||Protein Isoforms (Isoforms)
|6.||Complementary DNA (cDNA)
|7.||RNA (Ribonucleic Acid)