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APC/CTNNB1 (beta-catenin) pathway alterations in human prostate cancers.
Genetic alterations serve as beacons for the involvement of specific pathways in tumorigenesis. It was previously shown that 5% of prostate tumors harbor CTNNB1 mutations, suggesting that this tumorExpand
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APC/CTNNB1 (β‐catenin) pathway alterations in human prostate cancers
Genetic alterations serve as beacons for the involvement of specific pathways in tumorigenesis. It was previously shown that 5% of prostate tumors harbor CTNNB1 mutations, suggesting that this tumorExpand
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Multiple parameters for the comprehensive evaluation of the susceptibility of Escherichia coli to the silver ion
The susceptibility of Escherichia coli B to the antibacterial activity of silver ions was measured in terms of the initial inhibitory concentration, complete inhibitory concentration, postagentExpand
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Growth Inhibition of Selected Aquatic Bacteria by Tannic Acid and Related Compounds
Abstract Tannic acid, propyl gallate, methyl gallate, and gallic acid were tested for their inhibitory effects on selected aquatic microorganisms by the well assay technique. Tannic acid, propylExpand
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Changes in biological production of the cyanobacterium, Nostoc sp. strain MAC, under subinhibitory concentrations of tannic acid and related compounds
The effects of gallic acid, methyl gallate, propyl gallate and tannic acid on cell growth, protein synthesis, photosynthesis, membrane function and metabolic activity of Nostoc sp. strain MAC wereExpand
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Antibacterial Properties of Tannic Acid and Related Compounds against the Fish Pathogen Cytophaga columnaris
Abstract Tannic acid, gallic acid, and propyl gallate exhibited inhibitory activity as demonstrated by the agar dilution assay against Cytophaga columnaris (=Bacillus columnaris, ChondrococcusExpand
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Communications: Inhibitory Effects of Tannic Acid and Its Derivatives on Growth of the Cyanobacteria Nostoc sp. Strain MAC and Agmenellum quadruplicatum PR-6
Abstract Nostoc sp. strain MAC, a filamentous cyanobacterium, produces the compound geosmin, which causes off-flavor in commercially produced catfish. Tannic acid, propyl gallate, and gallic acidExpand
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Effects of Selected Water Quality Variables on the Persistence of Tannic Acid and Related Compounds under Simulated Aquaculture Conditions
Abstract Tannins have potential commercial applications in aquaculture for the prevention of piscine diseases and off-flavor in fish. Selected water quality variables, such as temperature, pH,Expand
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