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EXAMINATION OF CHROMOSOME 7p22 CANDIDATE GENES RBaK, PMS2 AND GNA12 IN FAMILIAL HYPERALDOSTERONISM TYPE II
- Y.W.A. Jeske,, A. So, +6 authors M. Stowasser
- Biology, Medicine
- Clinical and experimental pharmacology…
- 1 April 2008
This study investigated RBaK regulatory regions and two other candidate genes: postmeiotic segregation increased 2 (PMS2, involved in DNA mismatch repair and tumour predisposition) and guanine nucleotide‐binding protein alpha‐12 (GNA12, a transforming oncogene). Expand
Urinary bladder melanosis: case report of a rare mucosal lesion.
GCDFP-15 STAINING IN BREAST CARCINOMA
The data do not support high sensitivity of GCDFP-15 in breast carcinoma, thus limiting the practical utility of this marker, however, results confirm previous reports of more frequent expression in metastatic breast cancers compared with primary cancers. Expand
Ovarian low grade serous carcinoma: A case report
The spectrum of histological appearances in a low grade ovarian serous carcinoma is presented, for instance areas resembling serous cystadenoma through to borderline serous change. Expand
Genotyping and expression studies of 7p22 candidate genes in familial hyperaldosteronism type II
Atypical histiocytic proliferation with features of histiocytic sarcoma
An 83-year-old man with axillary lymphadenopathy and PET positive bone-destructive lesions in the sternum and iliac crest is presented to raise awareness of these challenging histiocytic lesions and to include HS and RDD in the differential diagnosis of concurrent lymphadenopathic and lytic bone lesions. Expand