Summary

Considerable progress has been made in identifying the molecules involved in promoting glioma migration and invasion. Although many anti-proliferative and proapoptotic therapeutic strategies have been employed, less headway has been made with targeting the molecules involved in invasion. Those that have been used have not been very successful. Importantly, the complex interactions between the different classes of proteins involved in invasion are better delineated and this will hopefully provide the basis for a more successful, multi-targeted approach to the inhibition of this phenotype.

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