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The growth and development of the prostate gland are regulated by the androgen and the androgen receptor (AR). Despite our molecular understanding of the roles of the AR regulating; a downstream(More)
Osteocalcin (OC), a major noncollagenous bone matrix protein, is expressed prevalently in prostate cancer epithelial cells, adjacent fibromuscular stromal cells, and osteoblasts in locally recurrent(More)
Gene therapy holds great promise for the treatment of diverse diseases. However, widespread implementation is hindered by difficulties in assessing the success of transfection in terms of spatial(More)