Issue: 1998 Vol. 4. Nr. 3.

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  1. Pierre Canal, Erick Gamelin, Gilles Vassal, Jacques Robert: Benefits of Pharmacological Knowledge in the Design and Monitoring of Cancer Chemotherapy. Pathology & Oncology Research, Vol 4, Nr 3, 171-178, 1998.
     
  2. Dean G Tang, Li Li, Zhenyu Zhu, Bindu Joshi, Carl R Johnson, Lawrence J Marnett, Kenneth V Honn, John D Crissman, Stanislaw Krajewski, John C Reed, József Tímár, Arthur T Porter: BMD188, A Novel Hydroxamic Acid Compound, Demonstrates Potent Anti-Prostate Cancer Effects in vitro and in vivo by Inducing Apoptosis: Requirements for Mitochondria, Reactive Oxygen Species, and Proteases. Pathology & Oncology Research, Vol 4, Nr 3, 179-190, 1998.
     
  3. Joseph Ongrádi, Steven Specter, Attila Horváth, Herman Friedman: Combined In Vitro Effect of Marijuana and Retrovirus on the Activity of Mouse Natural Killer Cells. Pathology & Oncology Research, Vol 4, Nr 3, 191-199, 1998.
     
  4. Tamás Tornóczky, Gábor Kelényi, László Pajor: EBER Oligonucleotide RNA in situ Hybridization in EBV Associated Neoplasms. Pathology & Oncology Research, Vol 4, Nr 3, 201-205, 1998.
     
  5. Terezija M Hrzenjak, Maja Popovic, Ljerka Tiska-Rudman: Fibrinolytic Activity of Earthworms Extract (G-90) on Lysis of Fibrin Clots Originated from the Venous Blood of Patients with Malignant Tumors. Pathology & Oncology Research, Vol 4, Nr 3, 206-211, 1998.
     
  6. Lóránt Leel-Õssy, István Gáti: Corpus Amylaceum (Polyglucosan Body) in the Peripheral Olfactory System. Pathology & Oncology Research, Vol 4, Nr 3, 212-216, 1998.
     
  7. Zsolt Szegedi, Farhana Amin, Béla Szende, Ivor Delme Bowen: A New Method to Localize Acid Phosphatase Using the Confocal Laser-Scanning Microscope. Pathology & Oncology Research, Vol 4, Nr 3, 217-223, 1998.
     
  8. Carlos J Maldonado, Katherine Palazzolo, John D Taylor: A Novel In Vitro System to Study Extravasated Tumor Cell-Induced Angiogenesis. Pathology & Oncology Research, Vol 4, Nr 3, 225-229, 1998.
     
  9. Adriana Albini: Tumor and Endothelial Cell Invasion of Basement Membranes The Matrigel Chemoinvasion Assay As A Tool For Dissecting Molecular Mechanisms. Pathology & Oncology Research, Vol 4, Nr 3, 230-241, 1998.
     
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