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Role of the autonomic nervous system in tumorigenesis and metastasis
Magnon C
Granulocyte colony-stimulating factor off-target effect on nerve outgrowth promotes prostate cancer development.
Dobrenis K, Gauthier LR, Barroca V, Magnon C
Publication majeure
​Autonomic nerve development contributes to prostate cancer progression.

​Magnon C, Hall, S, Lin, J, Xue, X, Gerber, L, Freedland, SJ, Frenette PS.

Science. 341(6142):1236361. 2013​

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Cancer Prostate cancer takes nerve. Isaacs JTScience. 341(6142):134-5. 2013
Prostate cancer progression attributed to autonomic nerve development: potential for therapeutic prevention of localized and metastatic disease. Fernandez EV, Price DK, Figg WDCancer Biol Ther. 14(11). 2013

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Prostate Cancer: A role for neoneurogenesis in tumor progression? Payton SNat Rev Urol. 10(9):491. 2013
Urological cancer: Nerves linked to prostate cancer. Kirk RNat Rev Clin Oncol. 10(9):487. 2013
Prostate cancers get nerved up. Wehrwein P. Cancer Discov. 3(9): OF2. 2013
Autonomic nerve development contributes to prostate cancer progression. Bauman J. and McVary K. Asian J Androl. (9):1-2. 2013
Does the autonomic nervous sytem contribute to the initiation and progression of prostate cancer? Ventura S. and Evans BA. Asian J Androl. (10). 2013
Tumor and microenvironment innervation drives prostate cancer progression. Breaking advances by Cancer Research EditorsCancer Res. 2013. 73(19):5848.