Sophia Bolioti

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Ki-1 (CD30) antigen expression is not found on peripheral blood cells but its expression can be induced in vitro on T and B lymphocytes by viruses and lectins. Expression of CD30 in normal tissues is(More)
This article [1] was submitted and subsequently published in Clinical and Experimental Medicine shortly after submitting and publishing analogous articles in [2, 3] Romanian Journal of Biophysics and(More)
BACKGROUND The exact biological function of CD30 in the thymus during development has been only partially elucidated, although data indicate it may be involved in negative selection. This study was(More)
The fact that the CD30 molecule can mediate signals for cell proliferation or apoptosis prompted us to perform a systematic investigation of CD30 antigen expression in embryonal tissues during(More)