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Synonyms for epidermal

of or relating to a cuticle or cuticula

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The role of human epidermal growth factor for improving skin appearance and tightening is another area of active research and promise.
An analysis of secretions from bone marrow endothelial cells of the protected mice showed that epidermal growth factor (EGF) was significantly elevated--up to 18-fold higher than what was found in the serum of
The trial is to evaluate dacomitinib as a first-line treatment for patients with locally advanced or metastatic non-small cell lung cancer, with activating mutations of epidermal growth factor receptor.
In addition, the research team found that Iressa, a cancer drug that blocks the epidermal growth factor receptor, effectively stopped the proliferation caused by amphiregulin.
Epidermal growth factor (EGF) was first recognised in 1962 and the receptor was purified in 1980 [3].
Comment: Tarceva targets the human epidermal growth factor receptor (HER-1 or EGFR) pathway, which is critical to cell growth in cancers.
Overall, the mean concentration of epidermal growth factor was 2,860 pg/mL and the mean concentration of vascular endothelial growth factor was 421 pg/mL.
Analysis of the epidermal growth factor receptor gene in fresh human head and neck tumors.
The study Epidermal Growth Factor (CAS 62253-63-8) Market Research Report 2010 presents an overview of the Epidermal Growth Factor market globally and regionally by contemplating and analyzing its parameters.
Contract awarded for event 3613/2015 epidermal growth factor recombinant human powder for parenteral use 75 mcg
People who were more lonely and depressed had significantly lower epidermal growth factor levels, compared with people who were not particularly lonely or depressed.
Sometimes androgen receptors are bypassed completely, and cell growth is activated by other naturally occurring compounds including insulin-like growth factor-1, epidermal growth factor, and others.
Scientists now report that a novel agent bottles up this so-called epidermal growth factor receptor and stalls the growth of cancer cells in a lab dish.
Danilenko et al investigated recombinant epidermal growth factor, keratinocyte growth factor, platelet-derived growth factor-BB, and neu differentiation factor.
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