TGF- β Receptor II and Gastric Cancer . Demi Dabor-Alloh. TGF- β Receptor II is a trans-membrane serine/threonine kinase. TGF β signalling regulates many cell processes. including : Growth Inhibition Cell Migration Invasion Epithelial – Mesenchymal Transition
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TGF-βReceptor II and Gastric Cancer
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