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From: Can p503s, p504s and p510s gene expression in peripheral-blood be useful as a marker of prostatic cancer?

Figure 4

Analysis of gene expression levels of p503S, p504S and p510S by RT-PCR using β-actin yielded a 740 base-pair band as internal control in frozen benign (lanes 1, 3, and 6) and neoplastic (lanes 2, 4, and 5) prostatic tissue; non prostatic tissue (adrenal gland (lane 7); heart (lanes 8 to 10); myometrium (lane 11); uterine cervix (lane 12) and human cell lines: SV48 (lane 13); LS147D (lane 14); SCOV 3 (lane 15); MCF7 (lane 16); PC3 (lane 17); and LNCaP (lane 18). Negative control no RNA (lane 19); MW (molecular weight).

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