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“…Downstream effects of CA IX can be at least partially anticipated on the basis of the known connections between the acidic pHe and certain features of the tumor phenotype [1][2][3][4][5][6]. Moreover, as a part of the hypoxic acidification machinery, CA IX might facilitate a nucleolar sequestration of pVHL and activation of HIF, which is a recently described pH-dependent mechanism proposed to serve a protective role in reoxygenated cells [32].…”
Section: How Might Ca IX Contribute To Extracellular Acidosis?mentioning
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“…Downstream effects of CA IX can be at least partially anticipated on the basis of the known connections between the acidic pHe and certain features of the tumor phenotype [1][2][3][4][5][6]. Moreover, as a part of the hypoxic acidification machinery, CA IX might facilitate a nucleolar sequestration of pVHL and activation of HIF, which is a recently described pH-dependent mechanism proposed to serve a protective role in reoxygenated cells [32].…”
Section: How Might Ca IX Contribute To Extracellular Acidosis?mentioning
“…Acidic extracellular pH (pHe) has been associated with tumor progression via multiple effects including upregulation of angiogenic factors and proteases, increased invasion, and impaired immune functions [1][2][3][4][5]. In addition, it can influence the uptake of anticancer drugs and modulate the response of tu-mor cells to conventional therapy [1,6].…”
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“…Yet again it is often possible to discriminate. All carcinomatoids, however active, are composed of cells like those of ordinary epidermis when extending in more or less anaplastic form amidst or under blood clot to cover a surface wound (7); and the same holds true of the spurious cancers which follow upon the subepidermal injection of Scharlach R in olive oil (8). The epithelium of the growths of both these sorts tends to differentiate after a brief period and round up into mere keratinizing cysts.…”
Section: The Carcinomasmentioning
“…Both in this species and domestic rabbits the invasive cells may replace the voluntary muscle fibers of the skin layer individually on occasion, just as active squamous cell carcinomas often do, though with a rounding up eventual]y into orderly pearls. Stimulation of the papillomatous tissue by the injection of Scharlach R in olive oil may cause it to proliferate wildly and take on a carcinomatous aspect temporarily (2, 7); but ordinary epidermis will respond in this way (13), though to a less extent. In view of these facts the first question as concerns the present experiments is whether the growths which appeared to be carcinomas were truly such.…”
Section: Were the New Tumors Cancers~mentioning