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Working next to one of those machines might change your entire life: you must scan the perimeter, looping, with your especially developed anti-terrorist gaze, which will bring any offender to his knees, thereby creating another sound, the sound of a slowly keratinizing human.
Transplanted cells in nude mice formed subcutaneous tumors, which had histological features of squamous cell carcinoma with apparent keratinizing tendencies.
FASN expression levels appeared to be highest in non-keratinizing poorly differentiated tumors with basaloid morphology that also expressed very high p63 levels.
Of note, FASN expression was more intense in the non-keratinizing poorly differentiated tumors with basaloid morphology, where p63 was found to be positive in almost 100% of tumor cells (