Gemcitabine And Malignant Mesothelioma

Another interesting study is called, Expression is common in malignant Mesothelioma by G. KAFIRI, D.M. THOMAS, N.A. SHEPHERD, T. KRAUSZ, D.P. LANE, P.A. HALL Histopathology – Volume 21, Issue 4, pages 331334, October 1992. Here is an excerpt: The p53 tumour suppressor gene has been shown to be frequently mutated in a wide range of human neoplasms. This is accompanied by increased levels of p53 protein which become immunologically detectable in pathological material. We have investigated the

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