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. 39 Jansen , MP , Sieuwerts , AM , Look , MP et al. 2007 HOXB13-to-IL17BR expression ratio is related with tumor aggressiveness and response to tamoxifen of recurrent breast cancer: a retrospective study J Clin Oncol

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aggressive behaviour, decreased 5-HT (serotonin), low noradrenaline, and high dopamine levels have been detected. Failing sense of direction: Orientation weakens, mainly related to dementia. The more severe the dementia, the greater the disturbance of

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aggressive behaviour, decreased 5-HT (serotonin), low noradrenaline, and high dopamine levels have been detected. Failing sense of direction: Orientation weakens, mainly related to dementia. The more severe the dementia, the greater the disturbance of

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Acta Veterinaria Hungarica
Authors: Itzel Y. Rangel-Sánchez, Daniel Salas-Treviño, Adolfo Soto-Domínguez, Oscar I. Garza-Rodríguez, Odila Saucedo-Cárdenas, Pablo Zapata-Benavides, Juan J. Zarate-Ramos, Sibilina Cedillo-Rosales, and Diana E. Zamora-Ávila

without giving other categories: unlike melanoma in humans, equine melanoma is not classified into types of aggressiveness. Melanoma usually invades only a localised area and has a slow growth rate; however, when it already causes metastases, they are

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, Vasdekis VG , Romanos GE : The effect of diode laser (980 nm) treatment on aggressive periodontitis: Evaluation of microbial and clinical

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tail required in a calm and non-aggressive method for BP measurement. Once the “ pulse level ready ” signal appeared, the BP-recording button will be pressed and the systolic BP will be recorded at different time intervals, i.e., 0, 0.5, 1, 2, 4, 6, 8

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Interventional Medicine and Applied Science
Authors: Yevhen V. Kuzenko, Anatoly M. Romanuk, Olena Olegivna Dyachenko, and Olena Hudymenko

identify locally advanced or histologically aggressive tumors with a higher survival probability following the standard treatment modalities. The epithelial malignancy was labeled with cytokeratin (CK) and epithelial membrane antigen (EMA). The

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unprotected and susceptible periods ( Hofmann-Lehmann et al., 2014 ). Moreover, 78.14% of the cats had outdoor access, and most of them were intact, which means a higher risk for infection due to more aggressive behaviour ( Goldkamp et al., 2008 ). With regard

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An in vitro model has been developed for study of cariogenic potential of different Candida species. Slices were prepared from the root of extracted healthy teeth. These disks were covered with inert material, only the central hole, i.e. the root canal dentin surface remained uncovered. These preparates with free root dentin surfaces were incubated in Sabouraud medium in the presence of six-six Candida albicans, Candida glabrata, Candida tropicalis, Candida krusei, Candida inconspicua and Candida norvegensis strains. The calcium release was detected for 15 days. Two types of release could be distinguished. C. albicans deliberated calcium more aggressively (type “A” curve), while other Candidas were characterized by less expressed calcium releasing capacity (type “B” curve). Curves type “A” and “B” were divided into four steps in order to characterize more precisely the different dynamics of calcium release. Analyses of the different steps also suggested the more aggressive behaviour of C. albicans. Our results indicate that in addition to cariogenic role of different bacteria, fungi may also actively take part in the dentinal caries progress.

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This case report describes the use of a subcutaneously applied 4.7-mg deslorelin acetate implant in a three-year-old Arabian crossbred stallion showing unwanted strong male behaviour. Following deslorelin acetate implantation the stallion showed a short transitional increase in male behaviour. A ‘gelding-like’ behaviour was noted 15 days (D15) after treatment. The horse was surgically castrated at the owners request at D52 after treatment. Serum testosterone, oestradiol-17β and oestrone sulphate values decreased after deslorelin acetate implantation, but serum LH and FSH levels remained unchanged. Histopathological analysis of both testes and sperm analysis revealed a reduced spermatogenesis at D52. The testicular volume decreased after treatment. The use of a subcutaneously applied deslorelin acetate implant might be a promising tool to change the behaviour of aggressive stallions.

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