Published in Cancer Weekly, January 29th, 2008
"Immunohistochemical analyses showed that PCPH is not expressed in normal prostate, but its expression increases along cancer progression stages, being detectable in benign prostatic hyperplasia, highly expressed in prostatic intraepithelial neoplasia, and remaining at high levels in prostate carcinoma," wrote J. Villar and colleagues, Georgetown University.
The researchers concluded: "Experiments designed to investigate the contribution of PCPH to the malignant phenotype...
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