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  • The onco probably sent letter only to surgeon, as surgeon was the referring doc.

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  • Then the nurse asked Lucy, “You have an onco appointment?”

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  • I have, in conclusion, to relate an incident I onco witnessed, and which does not show the Monedula in a very amiable light.

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  • Other B.onco greats such as Mecklenberg, Sewell, B. Thompson etc signed for anyone who asked.

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  • These findings suggest that miR-143 and -145 are important onco-related genes for the initiation step of colorectal tumor development and that the chemically modified synthetic miR-143 may be

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  • This dominant "gain of function gene" is often called an oncogene (onco = cancer).

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  • Consistent with the Hsp90-mediated mechanism of action, PU-H71 treatment at concentrations ≥ 0.25 µM, decreased expression levels of Hsp90 client onco-proteins including HER2/

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  • In Vitro Pharmacodynamic Studies Demonstrate the Effects of PU-H71 on HER2/neu Expression neu positive tumors, Hsp90 has been shown to regulate the expression levels of a variety of onco-proteins including HER2/

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  • But the increase in sub specialists like onco-surgeon, uro-surgeon, neuro surgeon and corneal surgeon has improved the health services through early diagnosis and reducing referral cases.

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  • Hybrigenics 'research program explores the role of enzymes known as ubiquitin-specific proteases (USP) in the degradation of onco-proteins, and the effectiveness of proprietary USP inhibitors in treating various types of cancer.

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