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Table of Contents: 2010

  • Disease Markers -
  • Special Issue
  • Volume 28
  • - Article ID 918457

Conflicting Views on the Molecular Structure of the Cancer Antigen CA125/MUC16

Houda Bouanene | Abdelhédi Miled
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  • Special Issue
  • Volume 28
  • - Article ID 585278

BRCA1 and BRCA2 Germline Mutations Screening in Algerian Breast/Ovarian Cancer Families

Farid Cherbal | Rabah Bakour | ... | Philippe Maillet
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  • Special Issue
  • Volume 28
  • - Article ID 328408

Genetic Polymorphism of Glutathione S Transferases M1 and T1 in Indian Patients with Hepatocellular Carcinoma

Mohammad Asim | Luqman A. Khan | ... | P. Kar
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  • Special Issue
  • Volume 28
  • - Article ID 138423

Frequency of P16INK4a and P14ARF Genes Methylation and Its Impact on Bladder Cancer Cases in North Indian Population

Seyed Ali Hosseini | Ranbir Chander Sobti | ... | Kusum Joshi
  • Disease Markers -
  • Special Issue
  • - Volume 29
  • - Article ID 546926
  • - Review Article

PBC Triggers in Water Reservoirs, Coal Mining Areas and Waste Disposal Sites: From Newcastle to New York

Daniel Smyk | Maria G. Mytilinaiou | ... | Dimitrios P. Bogdanos
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  • Special Issue
  • Volume 28
  • - Article ID 740140

Prognostic Significance of NOTCH1 and FBXW7 Mutations in Pediatric T-ALL

Yucel Erbilgin | Muge Sayitoglu | ... | Ugur Ozbek
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  • Special Issue
  • - Volume 29
  • - Article ID 824396

Environmental Agents Involved in the Cause of Primary Biliary Cirrhosis

Elias Kouroumalis
  • Disease Markers -
  • Special Issue
  • - Volume 29
  • - Article ID 834926

Primary Biliary Cirrhosis: Environmental Risk Factors

Deepti Dronamraju | Joseph Odin | Nancy Bach
  • Disease Markers -
  • Special Issue
  • Volume 28
  • - Article ID 246451

Blood Absolute T Cell Counts may Predict 2-Month Treatment Response in Patients with Pulmonary Tuberculosis

Yung-Che Chen | Huang-Chih Chang | ... | Meng-Chih Lin
  • Disease Markers -
  • Special Issue
  • Volume 28
  • - Article ID 270126

Distribution of C-reactive Protein and Its Association with Cardiovascular Risk Factors in a Population-Based Sample of Chinese

Yanfang Zhao | Rui Wang | ... | Jia He
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  • Special Issue
  • - Volume 29
  • - Article ID 791310

Infection as a Risk Factor in the Pathogenesis of Primary Biliary Cirrhosis: Pros and Cons

Teru Kumagi | Masanori Abe | ... | Yoichi Hiasa
  • Disease Markers -
  • Special Issue
  • Volume 28
  • - Article ID 716542

Analysis of Polymorphisms in Genes (AGT, MTHFR, GPIIIa, and GSTP1) Associated with Hypertension, Thrombophilia and Oxidative Stress in Mestizo and Amerindian Populations of México

Rocio Juárez-Velázquez | Patricia Canto | ... | Ramón Mauricio Coral-Vázquez
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  • Special Issue
  • - Volume 29
  • - Article ID 595078

The Role of E. coli Infection in the Pathogenesis of Primary Biliary Cirrhosis

Dimitrios P. Bogdanos | Harold Baum | ... | Andrew K. Burroughs
  • Disease Markers -
  • Special Issue
  • Volume 28
  • - Article ID 196538

Lack of Association between PRNP M129V Polymorphism and Multiple Sclerosis, Mild Cognitive Impairment, Alcoholism and Schizophrenia in a Korean Population

Ihn-Geun Choi | Sung-Il Woo | ... | Hyoung Doo Shin
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  • Special Issue
  • - Volume 29
  • - Article ID 752314

Infectious Agents and Xenobiotics in the Etiology of Primary Biliary Cirrhosis

Carlo Selmi | Maria De Santis | ... | M. Eric Gershwin
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