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Tumour-associated antigen L6 (L6-Ag, also known as TM4SF1) regulates tumour cell motility and invasiveness. We found that L6-Ag is abundant on the plasma membrane and on intracellular vesicles, on which it is co-localised with the markers for late endosomal/lysosomal compartments, including Lamp1/Lamp2 proteins and LBPA. Antibody internalisation and(More)
After diagnostic cardiac catheterization in 8,715 patients, a pseudoaneurysm was diagnosed in 86 (1%) patients. Primary conservative management by repeated compression bandages (CB) or ultrasound guided compression (UGC) was attempted in all patients. Occlusion of the pseudoaneurysm was achieved significantly more often by UGC (41/47; 87%) than by CB(More)
Femoral artery pseudoaneurysm is a major problem in patients undergoing cardiac catheterization. This study describes our experience with 5 French (5 F) and 7 French (7 F) introduction sheaths and 7 investigators at our institution regarding the incidence of pseudoaneurysms. During 54 months (1/1990-6/1994) 8715 consecutive patients after diagnostic cardiac(More)
An extraluminally attached microminiature force transducer, designed for reproductive tract contractility measurements, was investigated in terms of its effects on the physiology of the uterotubal junction in the rabbit. The presence or attachment process of the extraluminal force transducer (EFT) did not affect the rate of pregnancy or the number of(More)