Publications for Ulrika Nilsson
Co-author map based on ISI articles 2007-
Publications mentioned in social media 1 times*
|Ulrika Nilsson, Niina Saarinen, Annelie Abrahamsson, Tarja Nurmi, Sofia Engblom and Charlotta Dabrosin|
Tamoxifen and Flaxseed Alter Angiogenesis Regulators in Normal Human Breast Tissue In Vivo
PLoS ONE, 2011, 6(9), .
Web of Science® Times Cited: 10
|Ulrika Nilsson, Annelie Abrahamsson and Charlotta Dabrosin|
Angiogenin Regulation by Estradiol in Breast Tissue: Tamoxifen Inhibits Angiogenin Nuclear Translocation and Antiangiogenin Therapy Reduces Breast Cancer Growth In vivo
Clinical Cancer Research, 2010, 16(14), 3659-3669.
Web of Science® Times Cited: 16
|Ulrika Nilsson, Jill A. Jönsson and Charlotta Dabrosin|
Tamoxifen decreases extracellular TGF-beta 1 secreted from breast cancer cells - A post-translational regulation involving matrix metalloproteinase activity
Experimental Cell Research, 2009, 315(1), 1-9.
Web of Science® Times Cited: 7
|Ulrika W. Nilsson, Stina Garvin and Charlotta Dabrosin|
MMP‐2 and MMP‐9 activity is regulated by estradiol and tamoxifen in cultured human breast cancer cells
Breast Cancer Research and Treatment, 2007, 102(3), 253-261.
Web of Science® Times Cited: 34
|Ulrika W. Nilsson, J. A. Jönsson and Charlotta Dabrosin|
Tamoxifen downregulatesTGF‐β1 protein levels via matrix metalloproteinase activity in breast cancer in vivo
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|Stina Garvin, Ulrika W. Nilsson, Fredrik R. M. Huss, Gunnar Kratz and Charlotta Dabrosin|
Estradiol increases VEGF in normal human breast studied by whole-tissue culture
Cell Tissue Research, 2006, 325(2), 245-251.
Web of Science® Times Cited: 14
|Ulrika W. Nilsson and Charlotta Dabrosin|
Estradiol and tamoxifen regulate endostatin generation via matrix metalloproteinase activity in breast cancer in vivo
Cancer Research, 2006, 66(9), 4789-4794.
Web of Science® Times Cited: 36
|Stina Garvin, Ulrika W. Nilsson and Charlotta Dabrosin|
Effects of estradiol and tamoxifen on VEGF, soluble VEGFR-1, and VEGFR-2 in breast cancer and endothelial cells
British journal of cancer, 2005, 93(9), 1005-1010.
Web of Science® Times Cited: 45
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