Desquamation is a novel phenomenon for collective prostate epithelial cell deletion after castration

Desquamation is a novel phenomenon for collective prostate epithelial cell deletion after castration

G. O. Barbosa, F. Kuhne, R. Rosa-Ribeiro, H. F. Carvalho

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The mechanism underlying castration-induced prostate regression, which is a classical physiological concept translated into the therapeutic treatment of advanced prostate cancer, involves epithelial cell apoptosis. In searching for events and mechanisms contributing to prostate regression in...

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Desquamation is a novel phenomenon for collective prostate epithelial cell deletion after castration

G. O. Barbosa, F. Kuhne, R. Rosa-Ribeiro, H. F. Carvalho


										

Desquamation is a novel phenomenon for collective prostate epithelial cell deletion after castration

G. O. Barbosa, F. Kuhne, R. Rosa-Ribeiro, H. F. Carvalho

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    Histochemistry and cell biology

    Vol. 141, no. 2 (Feb., 2014), p. 213-220