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      Beyond triple-negative breast cancer: The need to define new subtypes 

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      Advances in the systemic treatment of early breast cancer have led to significant improvements in survival for patients with hormone receptor- and/or HER2-positive disease. In recent years, interest has focused on tumors ...
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      Global genetic variation of HIV-1 infection 

      Anastassopoulou, C. G.; Kostrikis, Leontios G. (2006)
      Variability, both at the population (interhost) as well as at the individual (intrahost) level is a key property of HIV that stems mainly from the inherent infidelity of the reverse transcriptase enzyme that the virus uses ...
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      HIV epidemiology in Greece 

      Nikolopoulos, Georgios K.; Paraskeva, D.; Hatzakis, A. (2008)
      Greece has experienced early the effect of HIV/AIDS on morbidity and mortality. The era of highly active antiretroviral therapy has alleviated many of the consequences of the epidemic, however, HIV infection remains an ...
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      Opioid receptor subtypes: Fact or artifact? 

      Dietis, Nikolas; Rowbotham, D. J.; Lambert, D. G. (2011)
      There is a vast amount of pharmacological evidence favouring the existence of multiple subtypes of opioid receptors. In addition to the primary classification of (mu: MOP), δ (delta: DOP), κ (kappa: KOP) receptors, and the ...
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      Overview of HIV molecular epidemiology among people who inject drugs in Europe and Asia 

      Nikolopoulos, Georgios K.; Kostaki, Evangelia-Georgia; Paraskeva, D. (2016)
      HIV strains continuously evolve, tend to recombine, and new circulating variants are being discovered. Novel strains complicate efforts to develop a vaccine against HIV and may exhibit higher transmission efficiency and ...