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-Mesenchymal stem cells suppress infiltration of peripheral immune cells by down-regulating production of MCP-1 in the ischemic rat brain-
-Met degradation by SAIT301, c-Met monoclonal antibody, reduces the invasion and migration of nasopharyngeal cancer cells via inhibiting the expression of EGR-1-
-Metastatic adenocarcinoma arising in primary ovarian mucinous carcinoid: A case report-
-Metastatic Blue Nevus-like Melanoma Detected by Liquid-based Urine Cytology – A Case Report-
-Metastatic Gastric Adenocarcinoma to the Endometrial Polyp: A Case Report-
-A method for evaluation of subchondral microarchitecture of human femoral head: A preliminary study-
-Methods using orthodontic bands in primary molars for proximal restoration-
-Methylation status of Histone H3 in the TIM-3 gene regulatory region-
-Methylation-Dependent Loss of RIP3 Expression in Cancer Represses Programmed Necrosis in Response to Chemotherapeutics-
-Microbleedsare associated with increased risk of neuropsychiatric complications in Patients with Parkinson’s Disease-
-Minimally invasive treatment of gastric gastrointestinal stromal tumors; Long-term outcome-
-Misclassification of cases by querying modality: comparison of ICD-10 codes with clinical laboratory test results-
-Mitochondrial Ca²⁺ influx plays a critical role in celastrol-induced paraptotic cell death-
-Mitochondrial complex II inhibition delays overall cell cycle progression during deferoxamine-induced senescence-
-Mitochondrial dysfunction increases hepatoma invasiveness via Nrf1 expression-
-Mitochondrial E3 Ligase, MARCH5 Inhibits Hepatocarcinogenesis via Degradation of Hepatitis B Virus X protein on Mitochondria-
-Mitochondrial respiratory defects is linked with hepatoma cell invasiveness through claudin-1 induction-
-The Mitochondrial Ubiquitin Ligase MARCH5 Resolves MAVS Aggregates during Antiviral Signaling-
-Mitotic progression and ATP depletion-
-A model for prediction of parametrial involvement and feasibility of less radical resection of parametrium in patients with FIGO stage IB1 cervical cancer-

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