Interestingly, the subtypes HGGS determined in this study was similar to key stages in the process of neurogenesis seen although some tumors presenting characteristics of neural stem cells and other displays distinctive intermediate stages of development or even immature neurons http://kamagra.mobi/erectile-dysfunction-causes-and-treatments.html . The authors suggest that the aggressiveness of tumor growth by mechanisms that might regulate cell fate decisions during the development of the brain are regulated. Dr. Dr. Heidi S. Phillip , Genentech, study ‘suggest similarities between stem cell biology and glioma aggressiveness that can a better understanding of normal brain development cause new insights for therapeutic intervention in glial tumors. ‘.
Phillips et al. Molecular subclasses of high-grade glioma predict prognosis delineate a pattern of disease progression, and resemble stages in neurogenesis. in in Cancer Cell 9, 157 173, March 2006 Issue 10 019.