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White matter damage of patients with Alzheimer’s disease correlated with the decreased cognitive function
Increasing evidence demonstrates that there is marked damage and dysfunction in the white matter in Alzheimer’s disease (AD). The present study investigates the nature of white matter damage of… Expand
Development of a multiplex MethyLight assay for the detection of multigene methylation in human colorectal cancer.
- Q. He, Hua-yun Chen, +5 authors H. Wang
- Biology, Medicine
- Cancer genetics and cytogenetics
- 1 October 2010
In peripheral blood, cell-free methylated DNA has been reported to be a useful biomarker of noninvasive blood screening for the detection of colorectal cancer (CRC), including the genes ALX homeobox… Expand
Anticancer effects of crocetin in human esophageal squamous cell carcinoma KYSE-150 cells
Crocetin is the main pharmacologically-active component of saffron and has been considered as a promising candidate for cancer chemoprevention. The purpose of the present study was to investigate the… Expand
Cervicomedullary compression in young patients with achondroplasia: value of comprehensive neurologic and respiratory evaluation.
We studied prospectively 26 young patients with achondroplasia to test two hypotheses: that respiratory problems may be the result of occult spinal cord compression, and that achondroplastic patients… Expand
Cavernous hemangiomas in the cavernous sinus. Case reports.
BACKGROUND Extra-axial cavernous hemangiomas are rare and have a propensity to develop within the cavernous sinus. Total removal of these vascular tumors is difficult due to the risk of severe… Expand
Synergistic anticancer effect of combined crocetin and cisplatin on KYSE-150 cells via p53/p21 pathway
- Sheng Li, X. Shen, Ting Ouyang, Yuhua Qu, T. Luo, H. Wang
- Cancer Cell International
- 30 October 2017
BackgroundMore than 400,000 patients die from esophageal cancer annually. Considerable efforts have been made to develop new and effective treatments, one of which is directed toward herbal… Expand
Craniocervical decompression for cervicomedullary compression in pediatric patients with achondroplasia.
- J. Aryanpur, O. Hurko, C. Francomano, H. Wang, B. Carson
- Journal of neurosurgery
- 1 September 1990
The congenital osseous abnormalities associated with achondroplasia include stenosis of the foramen magnum and the upper cervical spinal canal. In the pediatric achondroplastic patient, such stenosis… Expand
Pediatric patients with achondroplasia: CT evaluation of the craniocervical junction.
Twenty-six patients (4 months to 6 years old) with achondroplasia complicated by sleep apnea and/or other neurologic manifestations underwent plain computed tomography (CT) of the craniocervical… Expand
Computed tomography of dural sinus thrombosis.
- A. L. Goldberg, A. Rosenbaum, H. Wang, W. S. Kim, V. Lewis, D. Hanley
- Journal of computer assisted tomography
The four patients presented here demonstrate the value of contrast enhanced CT in the diagnosis and serial evaluation of dural sinus thrombosis. Two patients were young women using oral… Expand
EFEMP1 expression promotes angiogenesis and accelerates the growth of cervical cancer in vivo.
OBJECTIVE The study was to investigate the role of EFEMP1 in angiogenesis and growth of cervical carcinoma in vivo. METHODS Effects of EFEMP1 on proliferation of Hela cells and HUVECs, invasion of… Expand