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  • n. Plural form of osteosarcoma.


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  • Even small osteosarcomas can be unimaginably painful.

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  • These luciferase-expressing osteosarcomas showed conserved osteolytic and osteogenic activities in mice and were detectable by in vivo bioluminescence imaging.

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  • Dedicating the award to his mentor, Dr.S. Krishnamurthi, Dr. Rajkumar said, his research would not only help patients with osteosarcomas, but also those suffering from breast cancer, wherein the same drug (Doxorubicin) was used.

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  • As the failure rate was still 30 to 40 per cent, the Institute's adviser Dr.S. Krishnamurthi wanted work to be done on understanding the mechanism of this resistance in osteosarcomas cancer cells.

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  • The award is given for work on understanding the mechanism of drug resistance in the aggressive bone cancer among children and adolescents, called osteosarcomas.

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  • Researchers shown that approximately 10% more cases of osteosarcomas occur in dogs.

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  • More than 80% of osteosarcomas a type of bone cancer are treated with limb sparing surgery, according to CancerResearch UK. - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • Using a conventional mouse knockout approach Aqeilan et al. [20] reported development of osteosarcomas in some

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  • It is worth noting that in contrast with those previous observations, we did not detect any lesions compatible with spontaneous osteosarcomas in any of the

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  • The cause of dwarfism is not clear, however, lde/lde rats had slightly lower bone density and no osteosarcomas developed during their short life span

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