Browsing by Subject "Quantitative assay"
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Improved outcome of high-risk early HER2 positive breast cancer with high CXCL13-CXCR5 messenger RNA expression (2012)Background: Chemokines are important in cell migration and are thought to play a key role in metastasis. We explored the prognostic significance of C-X-C ligand-motif (CXCL) 12, CXCL13, and receptor (CXCR) 5 on disease-free ...
Near-absolute expression of the bcl-2 protein identifies a subgroup of stage II breast cancer patients with a most favorable outcome. Results of a clinicopathological study (2001)The clinical relevance of quantitative assessment of tumor-tissue expression of the bcl-2 protein in operated stage II breast cancer was investigated in this study. Thirty-five cases were studied by immunohistochemistry ...