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Diagnostic performance of expression of PCA3, Hepsin and miR biomarkers inejaculate in combination with serum PSA for the detection of prostate cancer
Here, we report on the evaluation of the diagnostic performance of ejaculate‐derived PCA3, Hepsin, and miRNAs to complement serum PSA to detect prostate cancer. cDNA was prepared from 152 candidateExpand
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Phase II study of gemcitabine and oxaliplatin in patients with recurrent ovarian cancer: an Australian and New Zealand Gynaecological Oncology Group study
Gemcitabine and oxaliplatin have shown single-agent activity in relapsed ovarian cancer. This combination was used to determine response rates, time-to-event efficacy measures, and toxicity inExpand
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Identification of claudin-4 as a marker highly overexpressed in both primary and metastatic prostate cancer
In the quest for markers of expression and progression for prostate cancer (PCa), the majority of studies have focussed on molecular data exclusively from primary tumours. Although expression inExpand
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Phase II trial of weekly docetaxel for patients with relapsed ovarian cancer who have previously received paclitaxel--ANZGOG 02-01.
OBJECTIVE To determine the response rate of weekly docetaxel in women with relapsed epithelial ovarian cancer previously treated with paclitaxel and at least one line of platinum-based chemotherapy.Expand
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BMCC1 Is an AP-2 Associated Endosomal Protein in Prostate Cancer Cells
The prostate cancer antigen gene 3 (PCA3) is embedded in an intron of a second gene BMCC1 (Bcl2-/adenovirus E1B nineteen kDa-interacting protein 2 (BNIP-2) and Cdc42GAP homology BCH motif-containingExpand
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Phase II study of carboplatin followed by sequential gemcitabine and paclitaxel as first-line treatment for advanced ovarian cancer
The aim of this exploratory phase II study was to evaluate sequential chemotherapy with carboplatin followed by gemcitabine–paclitaxel combination in chemonaive patients with advanced ovarian cancer.Expand
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Nonwoven Carboxylated Agarose-Based Fiber Meshes with Antimicrobial Properties.
Hydrogel forming polysaccharides, such as the seaweed derived agarose, are well suited for wound dressing applications as they have excellent cell and soft tissue compatibility. For wound dressings,Expand
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Elevated levels of Dickkopf-related protein 3 in seminal plasma of prostate cancer patients
BackgroundExpression of Dkk-3, a secreted putative tumor suppressor, is altered in age-related proliferative disorders of the human prostate. We now investigated the suitability of Dkk-3 as aExpand
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Seminal plasma enables selection and monitoring of active surveillance candidates using nuclear magnetic resonance-based metabolomics: A preliminary investigation
Background Diagnosis and monitoring of localized prostate cancer requires discovery and validation of noninvasive biomarkers. Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR)-based metabolomics of seminal plasmaExpand
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Prostate-based biofluids for the detection of prostate cancer: A comparative study of the diagnostic performance of cell-sourced RNA biomarkers
Background Prostate cancer (PCa) diagnosis requires improvement with the aid of more accurate biomarkers. Postejaculate urethral washings (PEUW) could be a physiological equivalent to urine obtainedExpand
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