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Table 1 RT-PCR assay in peripheral blood, in different tissues and cell lines.

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

SAMPLES RT-PCR P503S P504S P510S
PB   No (%) No (%) No (%)
group 1     
AA and RP (n = 11) positive 7 (63.63) 7 (63.63) 11 (100)
  negative 4(36.36) 4(36.36) 0
group 2     
Pca in prostate biopsy (n = 11) positive 2 (18.18) 9 (81.81) 11 (100)
  negative 9 (81.81) 2 (18.18) 0
group 3     
BPH in prostate biopsy (n = 20) positive 5 (25) 11 (55) 15 (75)
  negative 15 (75) 9 (45) 5 (25)
Frozen tissues     
Neoplastic and non neoplastic positive 4 (66.66) 4 (66.66) 5 (83.83)
prostate tissues (n = 6) negative 2 (33.33) 2 (33.33) 1 (16.16)
Non prostatic tissues (n = 6) positive 6 (100) 1(16.66) 2 (33,33)
  negative 0 5 (83.33) 4 (66.66)
Cell lines (n = 6)     
prostatic (n = 2) positive 2 (100) 2 (100) 2 (100)
  negative 0 0 0
non prostatic (n = 4) positive 4 (100) 2 (50) 2 (50)
  negative 0 2 (50) 2 (50)
  1. PB = peripheral blood
  2. RT = radical prostatectomy
  3. AA = androgen ablation
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