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The Mitochondrial Antisense ncRNAs are Down-Regulated in Early Cervical Carcinoma

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ABSTRACT Background: Cervical cancer is the third most common disease and the fourth leading cause of death in female’s worldwide. Treatment of this disease is successful when detection is at early neoplasic stages. Hence, multiple efforts have been pursued for early detection of cervical neoplasia. The aim of this study was to analyze the differential […]

Villegas J, Dadlan K, Ávila R, Villota C, Burzio V, López C, Socias M, Zapata L,Burzio L.O. The Mitochondrial Antisense ncRNAs are Down-Regulated in Early Cervical Carcinoma. Cancer Science & Therapy, S7 (2013).
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