Amelia Masters

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Recent developments in the area of RFID have seen the technology expand from its role in industrial and animal tagging applications, to being implantable in humans. With a gap in literature identified between current technological development and future humancentric possibility, little has been previously known about the nature of contemporary humancentric(More)
The palliative management of hepatic metastases remains unsatisfactory. There is a need for a simple non invasive technique which can stop or retard the rate of tumour growth. In principle, Interstitial Laser hyperthermia may fulfil such a role. In experimental studies, this technique produced precise in situ necrosis within solid organs which healed(More)
Estrogen-inducible pS2 mRNA was previously detected in human cancer cell lines the growth of which was sensitive to estrogen. In the present study, the expression of the pS2 gene was analyzed in 111 gynecological carcinomas. The pS2 message was detected in greatest abundance in 6 primary carcinomas of the ovary (6 of 29), 4 of these being mucinous(More)
Modern management of leukemia and selection of optimal treatment approaches entails the analysis of multiple recurrent cytogenetic abnormalities with independent diagnostic or prognostic value. We report the first multicenter validation of a multiplex molecular assay for 12 relevant fusion transcripts relative to cytogenetic methods. Performance was(More)
Our lab was interested in creating a reproducible mechanism for obtaining neural crest cells in culture from cultured hindbrain explants of zebrafish. We have characterized the population of cells migrating from the explants as neural crest using a genetic variant of zebrafish with a GFP tag SOX-10, as well as immunostaining using HNK-1, a known neural(More)
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