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Tissue ACE phenotyping in prostate cancer

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Nov 7, 2019

Sergei M DanilovArmais A Kamalov

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Epithelial cells of prostate express significant level of ACE and, as a result, seminal fluid has 50-fold more ACE than plasma. The substitution of highly specialized prostate epithelial cells by tumor cells results in dramatic decrease in ACE production in prostate tissues. We performe...read more

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Seminal Fluid
Interstitial Tissue of Prostate
Patterns
Histology Procedure
Tumor Tissue Sample
Neoplastic Cell
Epithelial Cell of Prostate
Biopsy of Prostate
ACE protein, human
Evaluation
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Tissue ACE phenotyping in prostate cancer

Oncotarget

Nov 7, 2019

Sergei M DanilovArmais A Kamalov

PMID: 31695843

DOI: 10.18632/oncotarget.27276

Abstract

Epithelial cells of prostate express significant level of ACE and, as a result, seminal fluid has 50-fold more ACE than plasma. The substitution of highly specialized prostate epithelial cells by tumor cells results in dramatic decrease in ACE production in prostate tissues. We performe...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Seminal Fluid
Interstitial Tissue of Prostate
Patterns
Histology Procedure
Tumor Tissue Sample
Neoplastic Cell
Epithelial Cell of Prostate
Biopsy of Prostate
ACE protein, human
Evaluation

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