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Subject Area:
Oncology
Tumor Biology (1994) 15 (3): 141–146.
Published Online: 30 April 2009
... principles governing organ regeneration and carcinogenesis, and might therefore help in cancer therapy. The present report depicts a case of two spontaneous, dermal, melanomalike tumors found in an adult newt Triturus cristαtus . Both tumors were located in the pelvic region. Histological examinations...
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Oncology
Tumor Biology (1993) 14 (5): 310–318.
Published Online: 30 April 2009
... with tunicamycin (an inhibitior of N-linked glycosylation) only slightly decreased label incorporation. 4 01 1993 31 05 1993 30 4 2009 CA125 WISH amnion cell Carbohydrate Metabolic inhibitors Glycosylation Cancer Secretion Original Paper Tumor Biol 1993;14:310-318 James L. Fendrick3...
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Oncology
Tumor Biology (1993) 14 (1): 9–17.
Published Online: 30 April 2009
...Aws S. Salim The influence of oxygen-derived free radicals on survival in advanced colonic cancer was assessed in a prospective randomized controlled double-blind trial using the radical scavengers dimethyl sulphoxide (DMSO) and allopurinol. Following palliative sigmoid colectomy for carcinoma...
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Oncology
Tumor Biology (1995) 16 (1): 32–41.
Published Online: 30 April 2009
... then, many more have been described, but CEA, determined alone or in combination with others, is still one of the most used. CEA is not organ specific and abnormal values may be found in a wide range of carcinomas, especially those with gastrointestinal involvement. CEA assay should not be used for cancer...
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Oncology
Tumor Biology (1990) 11 (Suppl. 1): 3–24.
Published Online: 29 April 2009
...Ian D. Dubé; Ronald F. Carter; Peter H. Pinkerton The last decade has been very exciting for cancer cytogeneticists. At the start of the decade, the role of cytogenetics in clinical medicine was still unclear. Many felt that such investigations were largely of academic interest. Today, cytogenetic...
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Oncology
Tumor Biology (1991) 12 (1): 1–8.
Published Online: 29 April 2009
...Julie G. Reeve An exciting new approach to the treatment of cancer is the development of therapeutic strategies which target growth factors and the signal transduction pathways elicited by them. The rationale for targeting the processes which regulate cell proliferation rests on the contention...
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Oncology
Tumor Biology (1989) 10 (3): 149–152.
Published Online: 29 April 2009
...Ami Klein; Barbara Bruser; Aaron Malkin We have shown previously that sera of cancer patients (CPS) possess ethanol-extractable substances which can inhibit the catabolism of cortisol by lymphocytes (CCL). In the present study an attempt was made to purify the inhibitory material by gel filtration...
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Oncology
Tumor Biology (2007) 28 (2): 70–76.
Published Online: 29 January 2007
... lymphocytes Cancer HIV MHC class I Tetramer Research Article Tumor Biol 2007;28:70 76 DOI: 10.1159/000099152 Received: June 28, 2006 Accepted after revision: August 18, 2006 Published online: January 29, 2007 Expansion of CD8+ Cytotoxic T Cells in vitro and in vivo Using MHC Class I Tetramers Philip...
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Oncology
Tumor Biology (2005) 26 (4): 207–212.
Published Online: 29 July 2005
...Damien Soghoian; Vinodh Jayaraman; Michael Silane; Alejandro Berenstein; Thottala Jayaraman The aim of this study was to establish the type(s) of inositol 1,4,5-trisphosphate receptors (IP3Rs) in T47D breast cancer cells that regulate intracellular calcium (Ca 2+ ) and whether they interact...
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Oncology
Tumor Biology (2005) 26 (2): 94–102.
Published Online: 03 June 2005
... or services advertised or of their effectiveness, quality or safety. The publisher and the editor(s) disclaim responsibility for any injury to persons or property resulting from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Cancer Laparoscopy...
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Oncology
Tumor Biology (2004) 25 (1-2): 91–98.
Published Online: 14 June 2004
...Kerry Chester; Barbara Pedley; Berend Tolner; John Violet; Astrid Mayer; Surinder Sharma; Geoff Boxer; Alan Green; Sylvia Nagl; Richard Begent The ‘magic bullet’ concept predicted over a century ago that antibodies would be used to target cancer therapy. Since then initial problems that were...
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Oncology
Tumor Biology (2003) 23 (6): 315–323.
Published Online: 04 April 2003
... with stage II, 89 with stage III and 38 patients with stage IV breast cancer were analyzed for MUC1 levels using two automated immunometric assays employing assay antibody pairs Ma695/Ma552 and BC2/GP1.4, respectively. All subjects were female. The Ma695/Ma552 assay yielded means of 13.86 (SD 6.55) kU/l...
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Oncology
Tumor Biology (2002) 23 (4): 212–221.
Published Online: 23 December 2002
... cancer are cumbersome and invasive, making detection of this disease difficult. A rapid screening test for early detection of breast cancer would allow for better management of this deadly disease. In this report, we show that, with the exception of the skin, mammaglobin mRNA is specifically expressed...
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Tumor Biology (2002) 23 (1): 39–44.
Published Online: 19 March 2002
..., with patients with liver metastases showing higher values than patients with metastases without liver involvement (p = 0.02). No statistical differences were found among patients with liver cirrhosis, primary liver cancer or liver metastases. In conclusion, S-100 is a useful marker for melanoma, but abnormal...
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Oncology
Tumor Biology (2001) 22 (3): 191–202.
Published Online: 21 March 2001
... into a cell that is initiated towards the development of cancer. We propose that, in general, these initiated cells are more susceptible to the mutagenic effects of exogenous carcinogenic agents than to the mutagenic effects of endogenous factors. Indeed, it can be assumed that in most instances...