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preneoplastic adj.

Sphingolipids suppress preneoplastic rat hepatocytes in vitro and in vivo


Fluorescence Versus White-Light Bronchoscopy for Detection of Preneoplastic Lesions: a Randomized Study

A Ligand of Peroxisome Proliferator-Activated Receptor γ, Retinoids, and Prevention of Preneoplastic Mammary Lesions

Morphology and morphometric investigation of hepatocellular preneoplastic lesions and neoplasms in connexin32-deficient mice

Osteopontin induction is required for tumor promoter-induced transformation of preneoplastic mouse cells

The promotion effect of anorectic drugs on aflatoxin B1-induced hepatic preneoplastic foci

Role of transforming growth factor α and prostaglandins in preferential growth of preneoplastic rat hepatocytes

Resistance to mammary tumorigenesis in Copenhagen rats is associated with the loss of preneoplastic lesions

Effect of dietary oligofructose and inulin on colonic preneoplastic aberrant crypt foci inhibition.

Osteopontin induction is required for tumor promoter-induced transformation of preneoplastic mouse cells

Frequent activation of AKT in non-small cell lung carcinomas and preneoplastic bronchial lesions

Aldose reductase deficiency in mice prevents azoxymethane-induced colonic preneoplastic aberrant crypt foci formation

Genetic and epigenetic changes in rat preneoplastic liver tissue induced by 2-acetylaminofluorene

Presence and consequence of uracil in preneoplastic DNA from folate/methyl-deficient rats.

Dual phenotypic expression of hepatocytes and bile ductular markers in developing and preneoplastic rat liver

Micronuclei and p53 accumulation in preneoplastic and malignant lesions of the head and neck


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adj. preceding the formation of a benign or malignant tumour (neoplasm). Preneoplastic lesions have the potential to give rise to tumours at that site. For example, mammary ductal epithelial hyperplasia can give rise to ductal carcinoma in situ. Preneoplastic conditions may result in tumours at that site or elsewhere. For example, ulcerative colitis predisposes to the development of colorectal adenocarcinoma and cholangiocarcinoma.

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