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ret

[ret]
(chemistry)
The reduction or digestion of fibers (usually linen) by enzymes.

RET.

On drawings, abbr. for return.
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The average representation of RET mutations in sporadic papillary cancers in adults is 20%-30%; it is increased in childhood and young age tumors to up to 45%-50%, and is highest in cancers in people having been exposed to accidental or therapeutic radiation, amounting to 50%-80% (15).
Immunohistochemistry for RET expression was optimised in a set of eight archived whole-tissue blocks.
The 'Dirty Three' will tell you that reducing the RET will save Australians money on their power bills.
PTC is a novel rearranged form of the ret proto-oncogene and is frequently detected in vivo in human thyroid papillary carcinomas.
Patients with HSCR-MEN co-segregation were identified as part of a separate study of RET in HSCR.
The wild-type nucleotide sequence for each of the analyzed RET codons is listed in Fig.
The constant feature of MEN 2a is a medullary carcinoma of the thyroid, which was very unlikely in this case because of the normal pentagastrin stimulation test and, more important, the negative results on RET oncogene testing.
Molecular diagnostics company Biocept (NasdaqCM:BIOC) revealed on Thursday the market availability of its test to detect RET oncogene fusions from a simple blood draw in patients with lung cancer.
The MIAA official said that consultations on RET design alterations have been ongoing.
ING UK RET will thus launch a compulsory offer for the remaining Rugby REIT stock to run until 26 May 2010 and take the company private.
It is not always easy to offer biological evidence of alteration of the RET function for a large number of RET mutations in HSCR patients.