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Antitumor activity of hyaluronic acid synthesis inhibitor 4-methylumbelliferone in prostate cancer cells.
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The anticancer effects of 4-MU, an orally bioavailable and relatively nontoxic agent, are primarily mediated by inhibition of HA signaling. Expand
Association of hyaluronic acid family members (HAS1, HAS2, and HYAL‐1) with bladder cancer diagnosis and prognosis
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This work evaluated the diagnostic and prognostic potential of HA family members in BCa and found that 7 members of the HA family, that is, HA1, HA2, HA3, HYAL‐1 hyaluronidase, and HA receptors, function in tumor growth and progression. Expand
Epidemiology and treatment modalities for the management of benign prostatic hyperplasia.
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A narrative review attempts to consolidate current and emerging treatment options for BPH and highlights the need for additional investigation on optimizing treatment selection. Expand
Differential expression of SDF-1 isoforms in bladder cancer.
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SDF-1 isoforms are differentially expressed in bladder tissues and exfoliated urothelial cells and they are a potential predictor of future recurrence. Expand
Hyaluronic acid family in bladder cancer: potential prognostic biomarkers and therapeutic targets
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This study demonstrates that the HA family can be exploited for developing a biomarker-driven, targeted treatment for bladder cancer, and 4MU, a non-toxic oral HA synthesis inhibitor, is one such candidate. Expand
C‐X‐C chemokine receptor 7
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This study examined the functional and clinical significance of CXCR7 in bladder cancer (BCa). Expand
Galectin-3 expression in prostate cancer and benign prostate tissues: correlation with biochemical recurrence
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This is the first study that showed a decreasing gradient of Gal-3 expression in benign, adjacent-benign and tumor tissues, which may be useful in predicting biochemical recurrence. Expand
Molecular Characterization of Renal Cell Carcinoma: A Potential Three-MicroRNA Prognostic Signature
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The interconnected discovery–validation approach identified a three-miRNA signature as a potential predictor of disease outcome in RCC patients as well as potentially at an early stage detect and predict metastasis. Expand
Antitumor activity of sulfated hyaluronic acid fragments in pre-clinical models of bladder cancer
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It is delineates that sHA-F targets tumor-associated HA-HAase system and could be potentially useful in BCa treatment and inhibited tumor growth in 253J-L and HT1376 xenograft models. Expand
Impact of 2004 ISUP/WHO classification on bladder cancer grading
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Implementation of the 2004 WHO/ISUP system caused a significant increase in pathologists grading Ta cases as HG; however, this increase did not seem to correlate with disease progression. Expand
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