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Immune dysfunction is the hallmark of patients with oral cancer. Down-regulation of T cell receptor (TCR) zeta chain expression was observed in T cells from patients with oral squamous cell carcinoma. In peripheral blood, the decrease in TCR zeta chain showed an inverse correlation with the tumor stage as demonstrated by western blotting, confocal(More)
Amplification of the 3q26-q27 has a high prevalence in squamous cell carcinomas of mucosal origin, including those originating in the head and neck region. To elucidate its role as a prognostic tool in head and neck squamous cell carcinoma, a yeast artificial chromosome (YAC) contig spanning the entire 3q26-27 region was constructed. The minimal region of(More)
The two main reasons for death of cancer patients, tumor recurrence and metastasis, are multi-stage cellular processes that involve increased cell plasticity and coincide with elevated resistance to anti-cancer treatments. Epithelial-to-mesenchymal transition (EMT) is a key contributor to metastasis in many cancer types, including thyroid cancer and is(More)
The free availability of GPS information has truly made the location based services for the public possible. Most of the application in the current scenario is for tracking one's own location. The objective in this paper is to design a protocol that uses the concept of GPS based location tracking and the merits of GSM based communication to track and trace(More)
Identification of Influencers in Social Networks and targeting them for viral marketing is fast becoming the core idea in designing the strategies for brand building. The influential individuals stimulate “word-of-mouth” effects in their network[14]. This leads to triggering of long cascades of influence that convince their peers to perform a similar action(More)
We have analyzed TCR Vbeta gene usage and clonality of T cells in the peripheral blood of patients with oral cancer and healthy individuals. A large repertoire of clonal TCR Vbeta was observed in the peripheral blood of cancer patients, and this clonal expansion was dominantly represented in the CD8+ T cells. A marked decrease in the lymphocyte(More)
Since the first description of the carcinoma of the gallbladder, about two centuries ago, this disease has evaded all attempts at early detection and a potential cure. There are only a few studies involving the Indian population, which has a high incidence of gallbladder cancer. Indians are ethnically and culturally different from their Western(More)
Two patients, treated with enoxaparin and eptifibatide, developed significant guide catheter-associated thrombus while undergoing intravascular ultrasound (IVUS). Using an ex vivo assay, we found that activation of a multielement IVUS catheter resulted in a decrease in anti-Xa activity and a decrease in clot formation time. This effect occurred rapidly and(More)
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