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Correlation of HSP 70 , P 53 and Bmi-1 in hepatitis , cirrhosis and hepatocellular carcinoma

  title={Correlation of HSP 70 , P 53 and Bmi-1 in hepatitis , cirrhosis and hepatocellular carcinoma},
  author={Ming Liu and Na Miao and Jun-zhi Li and Zhiqiang Wang and Zhing wang and Mengyan Li and Wei Sang and Liping Su and Qiaoxin and Li and Xiaoli Shi},
Objective: To investigate the correlation of HSP70, P53 and Bmi-1 in hepatitis, cirrhosis and hepatocellular carcinoma patients. Methods: Hepatitis (30 cases), cirrhosis (30 cases), early stage HCC (30 cases), and advanced stage HCC (80 cases) patients were recruited in this study, and we used immunohistochemistry S-P method to detect the protein expression levels of HSP70, P53 and Bmi-1, which were then correlated with clinical pathological parameters. Results: (1) HSP70, P53 and Bmi 1… Expand

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