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Original File Name: Cam-7-142-g3.jpg

Figure Legend: Proposed model of LM-511 expression and function during cancer progression and metastasis.

Web Address: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3544778/

Paper Title: Laminin-511 - A multi-functional adhesion protein regulating cell migration, tumor invasion and metastasis

Brief Comment: (1) The tissue organisation is disrupted as a result of the loss of LM - 111 and LM - 332, uncontrolled growth of the tumor and continued expression of LM - 511, exposing the tumor to the surrounding stroma. (2) All the tumor cells undergo the epithelial to mesenchymal transition, under the influence of stromal factors, losing cell - cell contacts. (3) Tumor cell attachment and intravasation is supported by the increased LM - 511 amounts and overall changes in tumor vasculature LM isoforms. (4) Invasion of tumor cells into metastatic sites is supported through integrin and laminin interaction. When these integrins bind with laminin, tumor cells survive and grow.

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