W. Jäger

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A 3G network is a magnificently complex object embedded in a highly heterogeneous and ever-changing usage environment. It combines the functional complexity of the wireless cellular paradigm with the protocol dynamics of TCP=IP networks. Understanding such an environment is more urgent and at the same time more difficult than for legacy 2G networks.(More)
In colorectal cancer (CRC), an increase in the stromal (S) area with the reduction of the epithelial (E) parts has been suggested as an indication of tumor progression. Therefore, an automated image method capable of discriminating E and S areas would allow an improved diagnosis. Immunofluorescence staining was performed on paraffin-embedded sections from(More)
The retrospective analysis of 250 breast cancer patients with disseminated disease provided evidence that the increase in CA 125 serum levels in these patients was caused by lung metastases or pleural effusions. Seven patients with lung metastases and pleural involvement had elevated CA 125 levels, while in four patients with lung metastases but without(More)
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