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Anatomy of the arvicoline radiation (Rodentia): palaeogeographical, palaeoecological history and evolutionary data
Chaline, J., Brunet-Lecomte, P. & Montuire, S, Biogéosciences-Dijon (UMR CNRS 5561) et Paléobiodiversité et Préhistoire (EPHE), Université de Bourgogne, Centre des Sciences de la Terre, 6 bd.Expand
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Enhancement of mdr1 gene expression in normal tissue adjacent to advanced breast cancer
In the present study, mdr1 gene expression was investigated by a sensitive reverse transcriptase-PCR assay in advanced breast cancer and in corresponding adjacent normal tissues obtained before andExpand
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Morphological evolution and phylogenetic relationships of the European ground voles (Arvicolidae, Rodentia)
Brunet-Lecomte, P. & Chaline, J. 1991 01 15: Morphological evolution and phylogcnctic relationships of the European ground voles (Arvicolidae. Rodentia). Lethaia. Vol. 24. pp. 45–53. Oslo. ISSNExpand
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Glutathione S-transferase M1 null genotype: lack of association with tumour characteristics and survival in advanced breast cancer
BackgroundGlutathione S-transferase (GST)M1, a member of the μ class GST gene family, has been shown to be polymorphic because of a partial gene deletion. This results in a failure to express theExpand
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Morphological analysis of in situ hybridization signals in cervical intraepithelial neoplasia containing human papillomavirus type 16 or 18: relationship with histological grade and DNA content.
Among 345 lesions histologically defined as cervical intraepithelial neoplasia (CIN) examined by in situ hybridization (ISH) for the presence of DNA from human papillomavirus (HPV) types 6/11, 16,Expand
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Evolutionary history of two allopatric Terricola species (Arvicolinae, Rodentia) from molecular, morphological, and palaeontological data
To investigate the phylogenetic and phylogeographical relationships of arvicolines, we use several Western European ground voles. More particularly, our study is focused on Microtus (Terricola) saviiExpand
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Karyological and dental identification of Microtus limnophilus in a large focus of alveolar echinococcosis (Gansu, China).
A study of voles (Arvicolidae, Rodentia) from Gansu (China) designed to identify a potential host of Echinococcus multilocularis, responsible for human alveolar echinococcosis, leads to a generalExpand
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Comparative morphometrics of the first lower molar in Microtus (Terricola) cf. liechtensteini of the Eastern Alps
The M1-morphology of seven isolated populations of voles displaying a pitymyan rhombus from the Eastern Alps (including the probably extinct Microtus bavaricus) was compared with that of M.Expand
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Morphological trends and rates of evolution in arvicolids (arvicolidae, rodentia): Towards a punctuated equilibria/disequilibria model
Abstract This paper seeks to test morphological trends and rates of evolution using both paleontology and biology. Two major morphological trends are observed in the fossil record: morphologicalExpand
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Intraspecific morphological tooth variability and geographical distribution: Application to the Savi's vole, Microtus (Terricola) savii (Rodentia, Arvicolinae)
The Italian peninsula exhibits a very interesting and contrasted geographical pattern offering a good opportunity to study the relationship between morphological variability and environment. Savi'sExpand
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