Clinical features of the microRNA genes methylation in borderline ovarian tumors and depending on the histological structure in ovarian malignancies
Lukina S.S., Burdennyy A.M., Filippova E.A., Pronina I.V., Kazubskaya T.P., Kushlinsky D.N., Utkin D.O., Braga E.A., Loginov V.I., Kushlinskii N.E.
Hypermethylation of the microRNA miR-124, miR-125b, miR-127, and miR-129 in ovarian carcinoma is involved in suppression of their expression and associated with both the development and progression of ovarian cancer
Braga E.A., Pronina I.V., Utkin D.O., Filippova E.A., Burdennyy A.M., Loginov V.I., Fridman M.V., Kazubskaya T.P., Kushlinskii N.E.
The level of microRNA expression in cardiac surgery patients depends on postoperative multiorgan failure
Grigoryev E.V., Ponasenko A.V., Tsepokina A.V., Ivkin A.A., Kornelyuk R.A.
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