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Genetic Analyses of Tumor Progression in Colorectal Cancer
Colorectal tumors are responsible for more than 600 000 deaths per year worldwide and thereby constitute the second most common cause of cancer related mortality. Early detection is related to improved prognosis and ...
Molecular characterization of type I endometrial carcinomas
Endometrial carcinoma is the most common malignancy in the female reproductive tract. In Sweden over 1300 women are diagnosed every year, and although the prognosis is favourable in the majority of cases, about 160 ...
Gene Polymorphisms and Related Cell Markers in Periodontitis Lesions
Inflammatory and immune reactions to microbial plaque are the predominant features of periodontitis. Epidemiological studies revealed that differences in periodontitis among individuals could not be explained by ...
GH/IGF-I axis regulation of cardiovascular and neuronal gene expression and function
Abstract Cardiovascular disease is a major cause of mortality in the Western world. Another important clinical condition is brain damage due to radiation therapy in cancer patients. This has neurological impairments ...