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1. Pigment epithelium-derived factor expression prolongs survival and enhances the cytotoxicity of low-dose chemotherapy in castration-refractory prostate cancer

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2. Single Potential Analysis of Cavernous Electric Activity in Impotent Patients: a Possible Diagnostic Method for Autonomic Cavernous Dysfunction and Cavernous Smooth Muscle...


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3. Stage I Seminoma of the Testis


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4. Erste Erfahrungen mit dem DSI-System in der urologischen Routinediagnostik


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5. Proliferation Cinetics and Prognosis of Renal Cell Carcinoma


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6. Identifying Genetic Variants for Heart Rate Variability in the Acetylcholine Pathway

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7. In vitro sensitivity testing of human renal cell carcinoma with cytostatic agents and interferon alpha-2a


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8. Reduction of Cost of Dornier HM3 Treatment by Using Refurbished Electrodes


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9. Metastatic Renal Cell Carcinoma (RCC)


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10. Single Potential Analysis of Cavernous Electric Activity


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