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Epithelial cancer

Epithelial cancer

Any malignant neoplasm originating from epithelium, i.e., a carcinoma.


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... 16 and 18 produces a protein (E6) which is also responsible for many cancers (as will be discussed later) targets p53 (tumor supressor pathway) ... expression patterns of the glycoprotein MHVR (MHV receptor) on thymus epithelial cells that are not present on T-lymphocytes (Thymus-Involution). ...

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... are previously normal will be affected too. Current way to stop the cancer progression is chemotherapy. it kills the cancer cells to spread or ... body, not only cancer cells. These include especially blood cells and epithelial cells, which both divide constantly and are therefore affected ...

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... 'FGFR3' which is being developed as a biomarker urine test for bladder cancer (urothelial cell carcinoma), due to overexpression and/ or mutational ... the soluble extracelular domain into the extracelular space of epithelial bladder tissue....but wondering ow it would find its way in to ...

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Fri Apr 15, 2011 10:19 pm
 
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Tissue cells and cancers.

Take a look at the proliferation rate of, say epithelial cells and neurons, and then look how common are cancer types originating from these kind of cells.

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