Ádám Galamb

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UNLABELLED Human papilloma virus (HPV) is the most common sexually transmitted infection in the 21st century. It has been established that infections with specific HPV types are contributing factors to cervical cancer. Approximately 99.7% of cervical cancers are associated with high risk HPV types. HPV testing plays an important role in the prevention, by(More)
Data discussed in recent reviews demonstrated that dysregulation of microRNA (miRNA) expression profiles occurs during cervical carcinogenesis and characteristic up- or downregulation of certain miRNAs might be used as biomarkers. The majority of altered miRNAs, however were found to be inconsistent upon comparison with cancerous and normal cervical(More)
INTRODUCTION One percent of couples trying to have children are affected by recurrent miscarriage. These pregnancy losses have different pathogenetic (genetic, endocrine, anatomic, immunologic, microbiologic, haematologic and andrologic) backgrounds, but recurrent miscarriage remains unexplained in more than half of the affected couples. AIM To explore(More)
Several immunochemistry tests are used for triaging human papilloma virus (HPV) and cytology positive cases in cervical cancer screening and as an adjunct test to diagnose cervical cancer. Claudin-1 (CLDN1) protein is a major component of the tight junction, shown to have altered expression in cervical cancer. In this study, value of CLDN1 was analysed as a(More)
Tubal infertility and particularly, proximal tubal occlusion (15-25%) is gaining increasing attention among experts of reproductive medicine. In case of bilateral tubal occlusion in vitro fertilization is indicated, since the expected pregnancy rate is the same as can be expected from macrosurgical procedures. Despite the fact that better and better results(More)
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