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Leadership that Empowers: How Strategic Planning Relates to Followership
Abstract: This research investigates whether or not there is a relationship between leaders' strategic planning and empowerment of employees. More specifically, in this study, data were collectedExpand
The significance of alpha‐fetoprotein and other tumour markers in differential immunocytochemistry of primary liver tumours
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It is suggested that AFP is a diagnostic but rather insensitive immunocytochemical marker for hepatocellular differentiation in malignant liver tumours; CEA and keratin may help in discriminating cholangiocarcinomas from hepato cellular carcinomas. Expand
Different effects of interferons, interleukin‐1β and tumor necrosis factor‐α in normal (OSE) and malignant human ovarian epithelial cells
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The different actions of these cytokines in OSE and carcinoma cells could therefore be important in understanding the role of such molecules in the regulation of physiological and pathological processes in the ovary, such as ovulation or malignant proliferation. Expand
Usefulness of immunohistochemical staining for p53 in the prognosis of breast carcinomas: correlations with established prognosis parameters and with the proliferation marker, MIB-1.
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It is demonstrated that p53 expression in breast carcinomas means a significantly worse prognosis for grade II tumors and for overall survival in the case of estrogen-receptor-positive tumors (P = 0.014), and for tumors showing increased proliferation activity (overall survival, P =0.0477). Expand
Immunohistochemical detection of hormone receptors in breast carcinomas (ER-ICA, PgR-ICA): prognostic usefulness and comparison with the biochemical radioactive-ligand-binding assay (DCC).
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It became apparent that PgR-ICA has the greatest prognostic value, with the most lasting influence on the course of disease, as compared with ER-ICA, which was found to have a significantly less favorable disease course. Expand
Intracellular sex hormone-binding globulin (SHBG) in normal and neoplastic breast tissue--an additional marker for hormone dependency?
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The results suggest that the demonstration of cytoplasmic SHBG represents a physiological feature of breast epithelium and its presence is compatible with a mechanism for cellular uptake of SHBG-bound sex hormones preceding their interaction with nuclear receptors. Expand
Growth fractions (Ki-67) in primary breast cancers, with particular reference to node-negative tumors.
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A strong clinical trend indicating an adverse prognosis for both overall and disease-free survival emerged for tumors exhibiting a high growth fraction using monoclonal antibody Ki-67. Expand
Different effects of interferons, interleukin-1beta and tumor necrosis factor-alpha in normal (OSE) and malignant human ovarian epithelial cells.
TLDR
The different actions of these cytokines in OSE and carcinoma cells could therefore be important in understanding the role of such molecules in the regulation of physiological and pathological processes in the ovary, such as ovulation or malignant proliferation. Expand
Immunohistochemical investigation and Northern blot analysis of c-erbB-2 expression in normal, premalignant and malignant tissues of the corpus and cervix uteri
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While data derived from Northern blots are suggestive of cerbB-2 overexpression to indicate an advanced and dedifferentiated state of tumours of glandular origin, staining with an anti-ERBB-2 antibody occurred in both normal and atypical squamous and glandular epithelia and may indicate regular proliferation and/or differentiation-associated events. Expand
[Effect of the proliferation rate on the course of node negative breast carcinoma].
In 250 patients with node-negative breast cancer and no systemic adjuvant therapy the impact on the prognosis of the variables age, histological tumour type, tumour size, histological grade, receptorExpand
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