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Soares, P, Berx, G, van Roy, F, Sobrinho-Simões, M.
E-cadherin gene alterations are rare events in thyroid tumors
Int J Cancer 70, 32-38, 1997. (Epub ---)

Vos, CBJ, Cleton-Jansen, A-M, Berx, G, de Leeuw, WJF, ter Haar, NT, van Roy, F, Cornelisse, CJ, Peterse, JL, van de Vijver, MJ.
E-cadherin inactivation in lobular carcinoma in situ of the breast: an early event in tumorigenesis
Br J Cancer 76, 1131-1133, 1997. (Epub ---)

Berx, G, Cleton-Jansen, A-M, Strumane, K, de Leeuw, WJF, Nollet, F, van Roy, FM, Cornelisse, C.
E-cadherin is inactivated in a majority of invasive human lobular breast cancers by truncation mutations throughout its extracellular domain
Oncogene 13, 1919-1925, 1996. (Epub ---)

Mareel, M, Berx, G, Van Roy, F, Bracke, M.
The cadherin/catenin complex: a target for antiinvasive therapy?
J Cell Biochem 61, 524-530, 1996. (Epub ---)

Nollet, F, Berx, G, Molemans, F, van Roy, F.
Genomic organization of the human beta-catenin gene (CTNNB1)
Genomics 32, 413-424, 1996. (Epub ---)

Berx, G, Cleton-Jansen, A-M, Nollet, F, de Leeuw, WJF, van de Vijver, MJ, Cornelisse, C, van Roy, F.
E-cadherin is a tumor/invasion suppressor gene mutated in human lobular breast cancers
EMBO J 14, 6107-6115, 1995. (Epub ---)

Berx, G, Staes, K, van Hengel, J, Molemans, F, Bussemakers, MJG, van Bokhoven, A, van Roy, F.
Cloning and characterization of the human invasion suppressor gene E-cadherin (CDH1)
Genomics 26, 281-289, 1995. (Epub ---)

Nollet, F, van Hengel, J, Berx, G, Molemans, F, van Roy, F.
Isolation and characterization of a human pseudogene (CTNNAP1) for alpha-E-catenin (CTNNA1): Assignment of the pseudogene to 5q22 and the alpha-E-catenin gene to 5q31
Genomics 26, 410-413, 1995. (Epub ---)

van Hengel, J, Nollet, F, Berx, G, van Roy, N, Speleman, F, van Roy, F.
Assignment of the human beta-catenin gene (CTNNB1) to 3p22-p21.3 by fluorescence in situ hybridization
Cytogenet Cell Genet 70, 68-70, 1995. (Epub ---)

Vermeulen, SJ, Bruyneel, EA, Bracke, ME, De Bruyne, GK, Vennekens, KM, Vleminckx, KL, Berx, GJ, van Roy, FM, Mareel, MM.
Transition from the noninvasive to the invasive phenotype and loss of alpha-catenin in human colon cancer cells
Cancer Res 55, 4722-4728, 1995. (Epub ---)

Van Roy, F, Vleminckx, K, Vakaet Jr., L, Berx, G, Fiers, W, Mareel, M.
The invasion suppressor role of E-cadherin
In Metastasis: Basic Research and its Clinical Applications. (Rabes, H, Peters, PE, Munk, K, eds.), Contributions to Oncology, Vol. 44, Basel, Karger, pp. 108-126, 1992. (Epub ---)

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