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  • adj. Of or pertaining to a tumor / tumour

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Examples

  • A significant tumoral inhibition of 65% was seen in relation to the control group.

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  • The startling result was a marked increase in the density of the fibrillar halo around the ganglia incubated in the presence of the tumoral fraction treated with snake venom.

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  • The discovery of the growth response elicited by a soluble tumoral agent revealed the receptivity of developing nerve cells to hitherto unknown humoral factors and in this way opened a new area of investigation.

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  • The finding that these extra-embryonic transplants elicited the same effects as the intraembryonic grafts gave definite evidence for the diffusible nature of tumoral nerve growth promoting factor.

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  • EGF receptor levels in tumors and growth hormone-releasing hormone (GH-RH) antagonists, which suppress IGF-I and - II levels and block tumoral receptors for GH-RH and showed that they inhibit

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  • Fluctuations of cell proliferation have been observed in many types of normal or tumoral mammalian cells

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  • The study focussed on patients with early HCC (n = 257, principally male 189/257, with a mean age of 64) with tumoral tissue (n = 257) and adjacent non-tumoural cirrhotic tissue (n = 209).

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  • The broad field of neuro-ophthalmology encompasses lesions of both the afferent and efferent pathways, which can result from various etiologies: tumoral, paraneoplastic, vascular, inflammatory, infectious, or hereditary, just to name a few.

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  • Oldfield EH, Ram Z, Culver KW, Blaese RM, DeVroom HL, et al. (1993) Gene therapy for the treatment of brain tumors using intra-tumoral transduction with the thymidine kinase gene and intravenous ganciclovir.

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  • Abnormal expression of p16 and p53, and not MDM2, were significantly higher in the tumoral tissue. p53 was concomitantly accumulated in ESCC tumor along with MDM2 overexpression and p16 negative expression.

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