Published This Week (3rd August - 7th August)

Posted Thu, Aug, 06,2015

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Biomarker Insights
Analysis of Lung Flute-collected Sputum for Lung Cancer Diagnosis

Class III Receptor Tyrosine Kinases in Acute Leukemia - Biological Functions and Modern Laboratory Analysis

Breast Cancer: Basic and Clinical Research
High Skp2/Low p57Kip2 Expression is Associated with Poor Prognosis in Human Breast Carcinoma Supplementary Issue: Breast Cancer Detection and Screening

Impact of Expression Levels of Platinum-uptake Transporters Copper Transporter 1 and Organic Cation Transporter 2 on Resistance to Anthracycline/Taxane-based Chemotherapy in Triple-negative Breast Cancer

Incidence and Potential Significance of Internal Mammary Lymphadenopathy on Computed Tomography in Patients with a Diagnosis of Primary Breast Cancer

Clinical Medicine Insights: Cardiology
Getting to the Heart of the Matter: An Overview of Cardiac Toxicity Related to Cancer Therapy

Bedside-to-Bench Translational Research for Chronic Heart Failure: Creating an Agenda for Clients Who Do Not Meet Trial Enrollment Criteria

Clinical Medicine Insights: Geriatrics
An Analysis of Elderly End-stage Chronic Kidney Disease Patients Who Did Not Undergo Renal Replacement Therapy in Japan

Evolutionary Bioinformatics
Genome-wide Identification of WRKY Genes in the Desert Poplar Populus euphratica and Adaptive Evolution of the Genes in Response to Salt Stress

International Journal of Tryptophan Research
Tryptophan Catabolism in Chronic Viral Infections: Handling Uninvited Guests

Palliative Care: Research and Treatment
Multidisciplinary Prognostication Using the Palliative Prognostic Score in an Australian Cancer Center

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