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Newly Characterized Motile Sperm Domainā€Containing Protein 2 Promotes Human Breast Cancer Metastasis
Breast cancer is the most frequently diagnosed cancer and the leading cause of cancer death among women worldwide. Breast cancer metastasis results in poor prognosis and increased mortality, but the mechanisms of breast cancer metastasis are yet to be fully resolved. Identifying distinctive proteins that regulate metastasis might be targeted to improve therapy in...
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A novel target for Bi-specific Ab mediated killing of tumor cells
We have previously described motile sperm domain-containing protein 2 (MOSPD2) as essential for breast cancer metastasis in vitro and in vivo In this study, we detected high expression of MOSPD2 in different organ tumors and cancer cells, and subsequently developed CD3xMOSPD2 BiTE, a firstly generated bi-specific antibody that directs killing of MOSPD2...
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Identification of Motile Sperm Domainā€“Containing Protein 2 as Regulator of Human Monocyte Migration
Binding of chemokines to their cognate receptors on monocytes instigates a cascade of events that directs these cells to migrate to sites of inflammation and cancerous tissues. Although targeting of selected chemokine receptors on monocytes exhibited preclinical efficacy, attempts to translate these studies to the clinic have failed thus far, possibly due to redundancy of the target receptor.
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