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Glutathione S-transferases in gastric carcinomas and in adjacent normal gastric epithelium: immunohistochemical and biochemical analyses.
No statistically significant correlation was observed between biochemical and immunohistochemical determination of GST Alpha and Pi both in normal as well as in malignant tissue, which implies that a high degree of caution must be taken in interpretating data derived solely from biochemical or immunohistsochemical assays.
Glutathione S-transferases and cancer (Review).
The significance of GST pi in carcinogenesis and its role as prognostic factor is discussed and the role of glutathione S-transferases in anticancer drug resistance is reviewed.
Correlation of glutathione S-transferases with overall survival in patients with gastric carcinoma.
The levels of GST Mu and Pi in both normal or carcinomatous gastric tissue have an independent prognostic impact on overall survival, according to the Cox proportional hazard model.
New neuroimaging approaches in Parkinson's disease
- D. Schipper
- Psychology, Biology
- 18 February 2020
In this thesis, the consequences of Parkinson’s disease (PD) are studied using advanced approaches in neuroimaging, including structural as well as functional connectivity networks, examination of…