Richard M Eccles

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In the preceding paper (Buller, Eccles & Eccles, 1960) evidence was presented which suggested that the differentiation of slow muscles of the cat hind limb to a large extent failed to occur after certain operative procedures on the spinal cord. This finding indicates that in some way the central nervous system controls muscle differentiation. A more(More)
OBJECTIVE To resolve much debated issues surrounding p53 function, expression and mutation in renal cell carcinoma (RCC), we performed the first study to simultaneously determine p53/MDM2 expression, TP53 mutational status (in p53-positive patients) and outcome in RCC. PATIENTS AND METHODS In total, 90 specimens obtained from patients with RCC, who were(More)