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The reconstruction of large defects after head and neck cancer resection often requires composite tissue transfer to replace a combination of bone, muscle and mucosa. Thus, tissue engineering techniques may be useful for oral mucosal reconstructive surgery to prefabricate mucosal tissue on the muscle flap in vivo, instead of using conventional skin-bearing(More)
Telomerase activity (TA) is associated with most malignant human tumors but is not detected in normal somatic cells with a few exceptions. Three major subunits (hTR, hTP1 and hTERT) of telomerase have been identified. To investigate the clinical implications of the mRNA detection of these components as useful diagnostic and prognostic markers in oral(More)
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