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mammary

[′mam·ə·rē]
(anatomy)
Of or pertaining to the mamma, or breast.
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The objectives of the present study are to have an insight of mutation and gene expression analysis of p21 gene using direct DNA sequencing and RT-qPCR respectively in the two types of canine tumors (mammary tumor and mast cell tumor) and normal tissue samples and to assess the possibility, whether the gene could be a putative target gene for the therapy of these tumors.
Similar to mammary glands, these glands have the capacity to branch into lobuli and to form acini.
Over 85 percent of mammary lumps in cats are malignant.
Therefore, the purpose of this experiment was to determine the effect of liposome-coated methionine and cysteine on the in vitro expression of milk protein casein in bovine mammary epithelial cells.
"At a cellular level, mammary tumors in dogs and cats are very similar to human breast cancer tumors," says the Baker Institute of Health at the Cornell School of Veterinary Medicine, "and they may occur in pets even more often than they do in humans."
Therefore, biomarkers could be an invaluable tool for cancer detection, diagnosis, prognosis, and therapy selection.[36] One of the advent laboratory diagnostic tools, immunohistochemistry, was used in this study, particularly in detecting S100 protein in mammary tumors.
Walter and Eliza Hall Institute researchers have expanded the knowledge of how the mammary gland--a component of the human breast--develops from stem cells, underpinning a better understanding of how defects in this process lead to breast cancer.
Conclusion: In this study conclude that internal mammary grafting does not increase morbidity, has lower mortality.
2015), BPAF has been extracted from mammary and abdominal tissue, indicating that it may partition to adipose-rich tissues, including the mammary gland because of its fluorine moiety (Fernandez et al.
Mammary analogue secretory carcinoma (MASC) is a recently classified tumour first described in 2010 by Skalova et al.