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For complex diseases, the relationship between genotypes, environment factors, and phenotype is usually complex and nonlinear. Our understanding of the genetic architecture of diseases has considerably increased over the last years. However, both conceptually and methodologically, detecting gene-gene and gene-environment interactions remains a challenge,(More)
Gene amplification with target-specific primers (reverse-transcription polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR)) was used to monitor the relative expression of oestrogen and progesterone receptor mRNAs alongside the mRNAs for heat shock proteins HSP 90 alpha, HSP 90 beta and HSP 70a in normal samples of human endometrial tissue over the whole menstrual cycle and(More)
The Moncure microvertebrate locality in the Cumnock Formation, Sanford sub-basin, North Carolina, dramatically increases the known Late Triassic age vertebrate assemblage from the Deep River Basin. The ,50,000 recovered microvertebrate fossils include osteichthyans, amphibians, and numerous lepidosauromorph, archosauriform, and synapsid amniotes.(More)
The molecular pathology of bladder cancer has been the subject of considerable interest and mutation of the p53 gene, which has been associated with more invasive bladder cancer, has been widely studied. Further, there is evidence that p53 inactivation (either mutation or protein dysregulation), independent of stage, may be predictive of bladder cancer(More)
This paper describes a rare delusional disorder, the Fregoli syndrome, in a 17 year old girl who suffered from typhoid psychosis as seen at the Psychiatric Unit of the Jos University Teaching Hospital, Jos.
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