Fatima Zohra El Kebir

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In vitro, the ratio of single- to double-strand DNA breaks (DSB) and their absolute values determine the cell death pathway. The consequences of the generation of various numbers of DSB generated in vivo in tumour cells have been analysed in two different experimental tumour models. Synchronisation of DSB generation and control of their number have been(More)
BACKGROUND Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women worldwide. Biology contributes to the early diagnosis and monitoring of breast cancer with several categories of markers such as prognostic markers (ER, PR, HER2), proliferative markers (Ki67), and tumor markers such as CEA and CA 15-3. CEA can be detected at a high concentration in serum of(More)
Many works have shown a high frequency of increased nuclear DNA contents in various precancerous lesions. The true nuclear sizes, which are known to be well correlated with DNA values, may be stereologically estimated from nuclear profile data on tissue sections. Therefore, karyometry, which may be effected very efficiently by automated image analysis,(More)
AIM The objective of this study was to evaluate the expression of hypoxia-inducible transcription factor 1α (HIF1α) protein profile among women with breast cancer in a population of western Algerian and to correlate the intensity of this expression with prognosis histological grade Scarff Bloom and Richardson (SBR) of the disease and the age of the(More)
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