Manuel Pana

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Hepatic stem cells can be identified by the expression of putative markers such as CD117 (c-kit), CD90 (Thy-1), CD34, and HLA-DR. We have identified populations expressing these markers in both fetal and tumoral human liver by flow cytometry, using monoclonal antibodies against CD90, CD117, CD34, and HLA-DR. In tumoral liver CD117+/CD90+ cells were found in(More)
  • Manuel Pana, José Suárez de Lezoa, +9 authors Soledad Ojedaa
  • 2017
Rev Esp Cardiol 2003;56(5):459-64 459 Introduction and objectives. Coronary angiograms are of limited value for the assessment of the results of percutaneous interventions. Intracoronary Doppler studies have been used to overcome these difficulties. The achievement of a coronary flow reserve (CFR) > 2-2.5 after the procedure is considered a good result and(More)
Hepatic resection still remains the only potential curative treatment for either primary or secondary malignant liver tumors. In order to increase the resectability of initially considered non-resectable tumors and to decrease the posthepatectomy morbidity and mortality, ligature of a portal branch with consecutive hepatic resection is recommended. The(More)
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