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Long-term significance of urinary neopterin in ovarian cancer: a study by the Austrian Association for Gynecologic Oncology (AGO)


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A pteridine derivative of GTP that is produced by human monocytes/macrophages in response to interferon-γ. Increased neopterin concentrations in human serum and urine are a marker of cell-mediated (Th1-type) immune responses.

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