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AIM To examine tumour samples immunohistochemically for MUC1 (episialin), epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR), and c-erbB-2, since the disruption of the cell-cell adhesion system by MUC1 and the(More)
BACKGROUND Apoptosis regulates inflammatory cell survival, and its reduction contributes to the chronicity of an inflammatory process. Apoptosis is controlled by suppressing or inducing genes, such(More)
Tumor progression results from complex interactions between tumor and tumor-associated host tissue. Basic fibroblast growth factor (bFGF), via activation of its receptor, FGFR-1, has been postulated(More)