PMID: 6370415Jun 1, 1984Paper

Human mammary and bronchial carcinomas. In vivo and in vitro secretion of substances immunologically cross-reactive with insulin

Cancer
L PavelićS Vuk-Pavlović

Abstract

In the blood of two patients suffering from mammary carcinoma and one from bronchial carcinoma, the levels of substances immunologically cross-reactive with insulin (SICRI) were high before surgery; after surgery normoinsulinemia was restored. Direct evidence of SICRI production by the cultured tumorous tissue is presented. Strong daily SICRI fluctuations were observed, and it is proposed that the fluctuations induce instantaneous hypoglycemias experienced by some tumorous patients.

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Jan 1, 1991·Journal of Cancer Research and Clinical Oncology·T CabrijanM Misjak
Jan 1, 1989·The International Journal of Biochemistry·S Levanat, K Pavelić
Aug 1, 1991·Journal of Neurosurgery·Y SaitoT Uozumi
Aug 1, 1989·Medical Hypotheses·S G Ayre

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