Polypeptide transforming growth factors isolated from bovine sources and used for wound healing in vivo.
Transforming growth factor beta stimulates collagen-matrix contraction by fibroblasts: implications for wound healing.
Transforming growth factor beta reverses the glucocorticoid-induced wound-healing deficit in rats: possible regulation in macrophages by platelet-derived growth factor.
Expression of transforming growth factor beta(1), beta(3), and basic fibroblast growth factor in full-thickness skin wounds of equine limbs and thorax.
1, Short-term effects of transforming growth factors on growth of human prostate cancer cells.
These families include the following: the fibroblast growth factor (FGF) family, the IGF family, EGF, and transforming growth factor a (TGF-[alpha]), all of which are predominantly stimulators of proliferation; retinoic acid, which causes differentiation and invasiveness; and the TGF-[beta] family and vitamin [D.
Androgens and transforming growth factor beta modulate the growth response to epidermal growth factor in human prostatic tumor cells (LNCaP).
Regulation of basic fibroblast growth factor expression by transforming growth factor beta in cultured human prostate stroma cells.
Association of transforming growth factor beta 1 with prostate cancer.
Elevated transforming growth factor beta 1 and beta 3 mRNA levels are associated with ras+myc-induced carcinomas in re constituted mouse prostate: evidence for a paracrine role during progression.
Transforming growth factor beta 1 stimulates contrasting responses in metastatic versus primary mouse prostate cancer-derived cell lines in vitro.