Homing to a new site in the body and extravasation

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Cancer, Molecular Biology, Cancer Biology, Cancer Stem Cells

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Jul 30, 2017

it was an amazing course! everything was clear and well-explained.. i had fun and learned alot! thank you coursera! this was my first course and i really enjoyed every minute of it!

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Aug 15, 2017

This course is completely informative and easily understandable for the beginners especially. Thanks to Coursera and John Hopkins University for the wonderful course.

From the lesson
Survival in the Circulation and Extravasation
We'll now take a close look at cancer survival within the circulation, the role of the circulatory system in metastasis, the genetic determinants of metastatic potential, signalling mechanisms, chemokines, the dock and lock hypothesis, and extravasation.

Taught By

  • Kenneth J. Pienta, M.D.

    Kenneth J. Pienta, M.D.

    The Donald S. Coffey Professor of Urology
  • Jelani Zarif

    Jelani Zarif

    Prostate Cancer Researcher
  • Sarah Amend

    Sarah Amend

    Prostate Cancer Researcher
  • Haley Axelrod

    Haley Axelrod

    Prostate Cancer Researcher
  • Kenneth Valkenburg

    Kenneth Valkenburg

    Prostate Cancer Researcher

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