Kalpana S. Hurkadli

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Prostatic inhibin (PI) is a M(r) 10,700 protein found in human seminal plasma and is secreted by the prostate. Recognition of alteration of PI levels in prostatic diseases prompted us to investigate its effect on an animal prostatic adenocarcinoma model, the Dunning R3327G rat tumor. PI not only inhibited in vitro growth of tumor cells but also suppressed(More)
Immunocytochemical localisation of follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) was carried out in normal, benign and malignant human prostates by indirect immunoperoxidase technique. Positive staining was observed in the epithelial cells of all the three categories, while the stromal cells showed a weakly positive reaction in a few specimens. The brown reaction(More)
Prostatic inhibin (PI) is a U, 10,700 protein found in human seminal plasma and is secreted by the prostate. Recognition of alteration of PI levels in prostatic diseases prompted us to investigate its effect on an animal prostatic adenocarcinoma model, the Dunning R3327G rat tumor.
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