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Laryngeal Involvement of Rhabdomyosarcoma in an Adult
(BioMed Central, 2003)
Background Although initial presentation of sarcomas in the head and neck region is relatively common, involvements of the larynx by rhabdomyosarcoma either primary or metastatic have been reported rarely. Case report A ...
Tamoxifen-Induced Tissue Factor Pathway Inhibitor Reduction: A Clue for an Acquired Thrombophilic State?
(Oxford Univ Press, 2004)
Background: Current understanding of hemostatic systems enables us to better explore the enigmatic pathobiology of tamoxifen (TAM)-induced thrombotic diathesis. We have therefore aimed to assess the hemostatic changes in ...
Transfection of Myeloid Leukaemia Cell Lines Is Distinctively Regulated By Fibronectin Substratum
Gene transfer into haematopoietic cells is a challenging approach. The extracellular matrix component fibronectin has been known to modulate the cell cycle dynamics, viability and differentiation of leukaemia cells. Thus, ...