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Localization Of MMP-2 And MMP-9 In Canine Mammary Gland During Pregnancy

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Immunohistochemical Study of the Stromal Cells in the Lactating Bovine Mammary Gland

REFERENCES 1. Adriance, M. C., Inman, J. L., Petersen, O. W., Bissell, M. J., 2005: Myoepithelial cells: good fences make good neighbors. Breast Cancer Res. , 7, 190—197. 2. Alkafafy, M., Rashedb, R., Helalc, A., 2011: Immunohistochemical studies on the bovine lactating mammary gland ( Bos taurus ). Acta Histochemica , 114, 87—89. 3. Destexhe, E., Lespagnard, L., Degeyter, M., Heymann, R., Coignoul, F., 1993: Immunohistochemical identification of myoepithelial, epithelial, and connective tissue cells in canine mammary tumors. Vet. Pathol

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Mast cells and eosinophils in rat mammary gland tumours induced by N-Nitroso-N-methylurea

tumor. Arq Bras Med Vet Zootec 2010, 62, 1348–1351. 12. Li H., Fan X., Houghton J.M.: Tumor microenvironment: the role of the tumor stroma in cancer. J Cell Biochem 2007, 101, 805–815. 13. Maffini M.V., Soto A.M., Calabro J.M., Ucci A.A., Sonnenschein C.: The stroma as a crucial target in rat mammary gland carcinogenesis. J Cell Sci 2004, 15, 1495–1502. 14. Molin D., Edström A., Glimelius I., Glimelius B., Nilsson G., Sundström C., Enblad G.: Mast cell infiltration correlates with poor prognosis in Hodgkin’s lymphoma. Br J Haematol 2002, 119, 122

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MiRNA-21, miRNA-10b, and miRNA-34a Expression in Canine Mammary Gland Neoplasms


The expression of miRNA-21, miRNA-10b, and miRNA-34a in malignant and benign tumours and non-neoplastic lesions in canine mammary gland, using real-time PCR with TaqMan probes was determined. The expression in normal tissues was compared to neoplastic and non-neoplastic lesions using one-way ANOVA test. Significant changes in miRNA expression in neoplastic tissues, as compared to normal ones, were demonstrated. In all neoplastic tissues, the miRNA-21 expression increased while in non-neoplastic lesions slightly decreased in comparison to normal ones. MiRNA-10b expression in malignant and benign tumours increased in comparison to normal tissues and non-neoplastic lesions. MiRNA-34a expression profile in neoplastic and non-neoplastic tissues differed from other examined miRNAs (miRNA-21 and miRNA-10b). In all samples miRNA-34a expression level decreased in comparison to normal tissues.

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Mammary Adenocarcinoma with Widespread Metastasis in a Lion (Panthera leo)

REFERENCES 1. Vail, D. M., Mac Ewen, E.G. (2000). Spontaneously occurring tumors of companion animals as models for human cancer. Cancer Invest. 18(8): 781-792. PMid:11107448 2. Misdorp, W. (2002). Tumors of the mammary gland. In: Meuten DJ. (Ed.), Tumors in domestic animals (pp. 575-606). 4th ed. Ames, USA: Iowa State Press. 3. Schmidt, R. E., Langham, R. F. (1967). A survey of feline neoplasms. J Am Vet Med Assoc. 151, 1325-1328. 4. Hayden, D. W

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Impact of g-Load Shift on Temporal Expression Pattern of Apoptosis-linked Proteins in the Rat Mammary Gland

., 2004 ; Shikone et al., 1997 ). It is well established that there is an extensive turnover of the secretory cells in the mammary gland during lactogenesis and the milk output is directly correlated with the number of functional cells ( Capuco and Ellis, 2013 ; Capuco et al., 2001 ; Knight and Peaker, 1982a ; Li et al., 1999 ). Consequently, an imbalance in the cell turnover rate in the mammary gland during a lactation cycle directly impacts milk production and overall yield ( Capuco and Ellis, 2013 ; Capuco et al., 2001 ; Knight and Peaker, 1982a ; Li et al

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Lack of association between Epstein–Barr virus and mammary tumours in dogs

-H reading frame 1 (BHRF1) and LMP1 gene transcripts by RT-PCR in multiple mainly oral canine tumours ( 4 ), whereas other researchers did not detect EBV Bam HI-A leftward fragment 5 (BALF 5), HPV16, MMTV, or human polyomavirus BK in canine mammary tumours by qPCR ( 30 ). To contribute to the molecular epidemiology of mammary tumours in dogs, the aim of this study was to describe the histopathological findings in the tumourous mammary gland of dogs and to evaluate the presence of EBV gene sequences by nested-PCR. Material and Methods Canine tissue samples . A total

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Effect of Dietary Fish Oil on Mammary Gland Development and Milk Production of Holstein Cow

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The Concentration of Immunoglobulins A, G, and M in Cow Milk and Blood in Relation with Cow Seasonal Keeping and Pathogens Presence in the Udder

associated with the incidence rate of clinical mastitis. Journal of Dairy Science , (82), 1643-1654. Butler, J. E. (1994) Passive immunity and immunoglobulin diversity. Indigenous Antimicrobial Agents of Milk - Recent Developments. IDF Special Issue No. 9404 (4), 14-50. Craven, N., & Williams, M. R. (1985). Defenses of the bovine mammary gland against infection and prospects for their enhancements. Veterinary Immunology and Immunopathology , 10, 71-127. Doymaz, M. Z., Sordillo, L. M., Oliver

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Composition, Properties and Nutritional Aspects of Milk Fat Globule Membrane - a Review

-315. Banghart L. R., Clayton C. W., Velarde J., Korobko I. V., Ogg S. L., Jack L. J. W., Vakharia V. N., Mather I. H., Butyrophilin is expressed in mammary epithelial cells from a single-sized messenger RNA as a type I membrane glycoprotein. J. Biol. Chem., 1998, 273, 4171-4179. Bansal M. P., Medina D., Expression of fatty acid-binding proteins in the developing mouse mammary-gland. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun., 1993, 191, 61-69. Bargmann W., Knoop A., Morphology of lactation: light and electro-microscopic studies on the

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