Miriam Enriqueta Nieves-Ramirez

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Development of cervical cancer is a long process of abnormal cancerous cell growth in the cervix and is primarily the result of infection with specific high-risk types of human papillomavirus (HPV).(More)
Tumor cells are known to modify their surroundings in order to escape immunologic detection, and IL-2, a killer cell activator, is one of the factors known to overcome this escape mechanism. In this(More)
UNLABELLED Apoptosis is a process genetically controlled. The produce of the bcl-2 gene, bcl-2, is an anti apoptotic protein that is linked to the external membrane of the mitochondria. OBJECTIVE(More)
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