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Figure 1 | Journal of Experimental & Clinical Cancer Research

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From: Silencing of IQGAP1 by shRNA inhibits the invasion of ovarian carcinoma HO-8910PM cells in vitro

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shows that IQGAP1 expression and cell invasive phenotype in ovarian cancer cell lines. (a) RT-PCR analysis for IQGAP1 using total RNA form HO-8910, SK-OV-3 and HO-8910PM cells. (b) Western blot analysis for IQGAP1 in whole-cell lysates from the indicated cell lines. (c) High IQGAP1 expression associated with enhanced invasive potential of ovarian cancer cells. HO-8910, SK-OV-3 and HO-8910PM cells were seeded onto a Matrigel-coated invasion chamber and the number of invading cells was determined as described before. *, P < 0.05 versus SK-OV-3 or HO-8910 cells. (d) High IQGAP1 expression correlated with enhanced migratory potential of ovarian cancer cells. HO-8910, SK-OV-3 and HO-8910PM cells were seeded onto a Boyden chamber and the number of migrating cells was determined as described before. *, P < 0.05 versus SK-OV-3 or HO-8910 cells.

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