R. A. Nicolae

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The synapsins are presynaptic membrane-associated proteins involved in neurotransmitter release. They are differentially expressed in tissues and cells of the central and peripheral nervous system. In vestibular end organs of mammals, synapsin I-like immunoreactivity has been reported in efferent and afferent terminals and in afferent nerve calyces(More)
Pericardial effusion may appear in any malignancy, but most commonly in lung, breast cancer and lymphoma. Patients in these cases are usually with advanced malignancy and have an overall poor prognosis. The pericardial effusions may be malignant – malignant cells present in the fluid or in the pericardium or epicardium, or nonmalignant. Difference in(More)
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