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Oxytocin accelerates tight junction formation and impairs cellular migration in 3D spheroids: evidence from Gapmer-induced exon skipping

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Jurek, Benjamin ; Denk, Lucia ; Schäfer, Nicole ; Salehi, Mohammad Saied ; Pandamooz, Sareh ; Haerteis, Silke
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Oxytocin (OXT) is a neuropeptide that has been associated with neurological diseases like autism, a strong regulating activity on anxiety and stress-related behavior, physiological effects during pregnancy and parenting, and various cellular effects in neoplastic tissue. In this study, we aimed to unravel the underlying mechanism that OXT employs to regulate cell-cell contacts, spheroid ...


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