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Mitochondrial encephalomyopathy with cytochrome c oxidase deficiency caused by a novel mutation in the MTCO1 gene.
- François-Guillaume Debray, S. Seneca, +6 authors R. V. Van Coster
- Biology, Medicine
- 1 July 2014
Cytochrome c oxidase (COX) deficiency is one of the most common respiratory chain deficiencies. A woman was presented at the age of 18y with acute loss of consciousness, non-convulsive status… Expand
Venous compressions of the nerves in the lower limbs
Abstract Objective. The lower limbs are frequently involved in neurovascular compression syndromes, owing to their anatomical, vascular and muscular characteristics and to the orthostatic position.… Expand
Triple negative tumors accumulate significantly less methylglyoxal specific adducts than other human breast cancer subtypes
- Barbara Chiavarina, Marie-Julie Nokin, +10 authors A. Bellahcène
- Chemistry, Medicine
- 20 June 2014
Metabolic syndrome and type 2 diabetes are associated with increased risk of breast cancer development and progression. Methylglyoxal (MG), a glycolysis by-product, is generated through a… Expand
Transforming growth factor beta‐induced, an extracellular matrix interacting protein, enhances glycolysis and promotes pancreatic cancer cell migration
- B. Costanza, G. Rademaker, +10 authors V. Castronovo
- Chemistry, Medicine
- International journal of cancer
- 15 September 2019
Pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma (PDAC) remains a deadly malignancy with no efficient therapy available up‐to‐date. Glycolysis is the main provider of energetic substrates to sustain cancer… Expand
Accessibilome of human glioblastoma: collagen-VI-alpha-1 is a new target and a marker of poor outcome.
- A. Turtoi, Arnaud Blomme, +7 authors V. Castronovo
- Journal of proteome research
- 3 November 2014
Functional targeted therapy has unfortunately failed to improve the outcome of glioblastoma patients. Success stories evidenced by the use of antibody-drug conjugates in other tumor types are… Expand
Giant cell ependymoma of the thoracic spinal cord
- E. Bianchi, J. Lejeune, D. Sartenaer, J. Crèvecoeur, M. Deprez
- Acta Neurologica Belgica
- 7 February 2012
We report a new case of giant cell ependymoma (GCE) of the thoracic spinal cord. Ependymomas predominate in children and young adults and are frequently intracranial and infra-tentorial. However, a… Expand
New role of osteopontin in DNA repair and impact on human glioblastoma radiosensitivity
Glioblastoma (GBM) represents the most aggressive and common solid human brain tumor. We have recently demonstrated the importance of osteopontin (OPN) in the acquisition/maintenance of stemness… Expand
Oligo-astrocytoma in LZTR1-related Noonan syndrome.
- Adeline Jacquinet, Adeline Bonnard, +7 authors A. Verloes
- European journal of medical genetics
Mutations in LZTR1, already known to be causal in familial schwannomatosis type 2, have been recently involved in a small proportion of patients with autosomal dominant and autosomal recessive Noonan… Expand
Multifocal and multicentric low-grade oligoastrocytoma in a young patient.
- F. Grosu, A. Ungureanu, +5 authors C. C. Roman-Filip
- Romanian journal of morphology and embryology…
Multiple primary central nervous system tumors are rarely seen in clinical practice and reported in the literature. The pathogenesis of multicentricity of primary tumors of the central nervous system… Expand
Multifocal choroid plexus papilloma: a case report.
- M. Scholsem, F. Scholtes, P. Robe, E. Bianchi, J. Kroonen, M. Deprez
- Clinical neuropathology
- 1 November 2012
BACKGROUND Multiple choroid plexus papillomas (CPPs) are rare. Usually, they correspond to villous hypertrophy or metastasis occurring during cerebrospinal dissemination. Multiple CPPs have rarely… Expand