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Breast Cancer Advance

...cer, an effective strategy to treat the disease is not so far // . The adamts genes are recent additions to a large family known as the metalloproteinase..., or spread, through the body. Earlier studies have shown that 11 of the 19 adamts genes in humans are significantly altered as breast cancer develops. Latest...
ADAMTS in other areas

The Apte Lab ADAMTS and ADAMTSL Resource

METH-2 silencing and promoter hypermethylation in NSCLC ... Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org /wiki/ ADAMTS" Categories: Disambiguation pages ...

ADAMTS Proteases and Their Roles in Joint Tissues

Is severe deficiency of ADAMTS-13 specific for thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura? ... of ultra-large von Willebrand factor by ADAMTS-13 under flow conditions. ...

The ADAMTS metalloproteinases

THE DOMAIN STRUCTURE OF THE ADAMTS PROTEINS ... ADAMTS FUNCTION. ADAMTSs IN NON-MAMMALIAN SPECIES. ADAMTSL MOLECULES ... Since the prototype ADAMTS-1 was first ...

ADAMTS-1 (C-13) Antibody sc-5463

ADAMTS-1 (C-13) Antibody sc-5463 ADAMTS-1 (C-13) Antibody sc-5463 ... recommended for detection of ADAMTS-1 of m, r and h origin by WB, IF and ELISA ...

ADAMTS-18 (H-155) Antibody sc-68416

ADAMTS-18 (H-155) Antibody sc-68416 ADAMTS-18 (H-155) Antibody sc-68416 ... recommended for detection of ADAMTS-18 of m, r and h origin by WB, IP, IF and ELISA ...
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