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The researchers do not yet know EGFRvIII is activated, c-Met, and whether other proteins involved in the activation. – The mechanism underlying this control are not yet fully characterized, said White. Our data show that EGFRvIII is activated, c-Met and activated. Whether direct or indirect direct or indirect, is something that we are unable to decipher. .
The team focused on a protein called EGFRvIII, a mutated form of the cell receptor for epidermal growth factor -. The mutated receptor, which is about a quarter of GBM tumors found is constantly active and relentlessly pushes cells to grow and divide. They found when EGFRvIII is activated, so is another receptor called c-Met C-Met is normally active during human development, but it’s turned off in most adult cells transformed.until now there was no evidence of ‘cross-talk’between c-Met and EGFRvIII in GBM This discovery could provide an explanation for why GBM tumors are so invasive, there was over-activated c-Met already. Continue reading “The researchers do not yet know EGFRvIII is activated.”