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Alterations of C-MYC, NKX3.1, and E-cadherin expression in canine prostate carcinogenesis
(Microscopy Research and Technique, 2013) [Artigo]
The dog (canis lupus familiaris) is the only other species besides humans thatdevelop spontaneous prostatic carcinomas (PCa) at a high frequency. The canine model is pri-marily utili zed for the study of the PCa molecular ...
Association between decreased expression of estrogen receptor alpha, androgen receptor and phosphatase and tensin homolog immunoexpression in the canine prostate
(Pesquisa Veterinaria Brasileira, 2019-01-01) [Artigo]
Canine prostate gland is a hormonal dependent organ and its imbalance of estrogen and androgen receptor expressions are directly associated with the development of different diseases. Due to the lack of information regarding ...