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CD44 is a cell-surface molecule that has been shown to have several splicing isoforms. In various human tumors, such as primary colon and breast tumors, and their metastases, alterations of CD44 isoform expression have been reported. The present study was performed to investigate CD44 alternative transcript splicing in gynecologic malignancies. We performed(More)
Chromosome 17p allelic losses and concurrent p53 mutations have been demonstrated in various human cancers. We therefore investigated the presence of chromosome 17p allelic loss and possible concurrent p53 mutation in 29 Korean cases of cervical carcinoma by restriction fragment length polymorphism (RFLP) analysis and polymerase chain reaction-single strand(More)
Ballistic Electron Emission Microscopy (BEEM) and finite-element electrostatic modeling were used to quantify how “small-size” effects modify the energy barrier at metal/semiconductor nanostructure nanocontacts, formed by making Schottky contacts to cleaved edges of GaAs quantum wells (QWs). The Schottky barrier height over the QWs was found to(More)
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