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Cysteine cathepsin B and its endogenous inhibitor play an important role in tumor progression. Increase in cathepsin B expression and reduced levels of its inhibitors were associated with tumor(More)
Cysteine peptidases and their endogenous inhibitors (CPI) have been shown to be involved in tumor progression and metastasis. Since their activity has been found to be changed in tumor tissue and/or(More)
Patau syndrome was first described in 1960 as a group of birth defects caused by trisomy of chromosome 13 (T13). Providing accurate information and relevant reproductive genetic counseling that would(More)