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core cancer


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core cancer

core cancer

Core Symptom Measures in Cancer Clinical Trials

Ultrasound-guided Core Needle Biopsy for Breast Cancer: Preliminary Report

caCORE: A common infrastructure for cancer informatics

RE: Recommended Patient-Reported Core Set of Symptoms to Measure in Adult Cancer Treatment Trials

Addressing the Core of Carcinogenesis: How a Mitochondrial Mutation Leads to Metabolic Remodeling in Familial Cancers

Reliability of core needle biopsy for determining ER and HER2 status in breast cancer

41O_PRHETEROGENEITY OF GENOMIC SIGNATURES IN BREAST CANCER CORE BIOPSY

Expression of core 2 β1,6-N-acetylglucosaminyltransferase facilitates prostate cancer progression

Recommended Patient-Reported Core Set of Symptoms to Measure in Adult Cancer Treatment Trials

Recommended Patient-Reported Core Set of Symptoms to Measure in Prostate Cancer Treatment Trials

caGrid: design and implementation of the core architecture of the cancer biomedical informatics grid

Chest wall implantation of thymic cancer after computed tomography-guided core needle biopsy

Predicting High-Grade Cancer at Ten-Core Prostate Biopsy Using Four Kallikrein Markers Measured in Blood in the ProtecT Study

Feasibility of Measuring the Prognostic Factors uPA and PAI-1 in Core Needle Biopsy Breast Cancer Specimens

Ki67 levels as predictive and prognostic parameters in pretherapeutic breast cancer core biopsies: a translational investigation in the neoadjuvant GeparTrio trial†

72PBAG-1 IN CORE BIOPSIES, TISSUE MICROARRAYS AND SURGICAL SAMPLES– INVESTIGATION OF A NOVEL APOPTOSIS BIOMARKER IN TWO INDEPENDENT BREAST CANCER COHORTS

Posttranslational modification of E-cadherin by core fucosylation regulates Src activation and induces epithelial–mesenchymal transition-like process in lung cancer cells

 

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The process that occurs when the memory of a computer (the core) is gradually corrupted by invalid data. It usually occurs because of badly written software. The term is derived from the term ‘core memory’, used in the early days of computing when memory was implemented as magnetic rings known as cores.

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