Daniela Elena Costea

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Despite the differential expression of S100A14 (a newly identified S100 member) in various human cancers including oral squamous cell carcinomas (OSCCs), its biological role in tumour invasion has(More)
Khat chewing is widely practiced in Eastern Africa and the Middle East. Khat is genotoxic to cells within the oral mucosa, and several studies have suggested an association between khat use and oral(More)
Subsets of cells with stem-like properties have been previously isolated from human epithelial cancers and their resistance to apoptosis-inducing stimuli has been related to carcinoma recurrence and(More)
The connective tissue is known to have a general supportive effect for the development of the overlying epithelium; however, the more specific effects of fibroblasts and the involvement of their(More)
Khat is a psychostimulant plant used by over 10 million people daily, mainly in eastern Africa and the Middle East. Previous studies have suggested an association between khat use and oral lesions(More)