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Usefulness of Salivary and Serum Auto-antibodies Against Tumor Biomarkers HER2 and MUC1 in Breast Cancer Screening
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Usefulness of Salivary and Serum Auto-antibodies Against Tumor Biomarkers HER2 and MUC1 in Breast Cancer Screening
Laidi, Fatna; Bouziane, Amal; Errachid, Abdelhamid; Zaoui, Fatima;
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 Abstract
Background: The aim of this work was to investigate if serum and salivary auto-antibodies, isotypes IgG and IgM, against HER2 and MUC1 tandem repeat fragments could play a role in breast cancer screening. Materials and Methods: Our case-control study was conducted in breast cancer patients, in early stages (n
 Keywords
Breast cancer;autoantibodies;HER2;MUC1;saliva;serum;
 Language
English
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