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    • Dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans sobre cicatriz de apendicectomía 

      Veà Jódar, Àlvar; Aguayo Ortiz, Rafael; Soria, Xavier; Sanmartín Novell, Verònica; Casanova i Seuma, Josep M. (Josep Manel) (Elsevier, 2015)
      El dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans (DFSP) es un tumor cutáneo relativamente raro, con una incidencia aproximada de 4 casos por cada millón de habitantes y año1,2. Ahora bien, es el sarcoma cutáneo más frecuente, ...
    • Erk1/2 activation in stromal fibroblasts from sporadic basal cell carcinomas 

      Aguayo Ortiz, Rafael; Rafel i Borrell, Marta; Santacana Espasa, Maria; Pérez Fusté, Noel; Garí Marsol, Eloi (American Society for Dermatologic Surgery, 2015)
      BACKGROUND Constitutive activation of the Erk pathway can lead to oncogenic transformation. However, the Erk pathway is not activated in human basal cell carcinomas (BCCs); although in animal models, this seems to be ...
    • Evaluation of tumor interstitial fluid-extraction methods for proteome analysis: comparison of biopsy elution versus centrifugation 

      Matas Nadal, Clara; Bech Serra, Joan Josep; Guasch Vallés, Marta; Fernández Armenteros, José Manuel; Barceló Gómez, Carla; Casanova i Seuma, Josep M. (Josep Manel); de la Torre Gómez, Carolina; Aguayo Ortiz, Rafael; Garí Marsol, Eloi (American Chemical Society, 2020-01-01)
      The analysis of Tumor Interstitial Fluid (TIF) composition is a valuable procedure to identify anti-metastatic targets, and different laboratories have set up techniques for TIF isolation and proteomic analyses. However, ...
    • Unilateral milia-type intradermal tophi associated with underlying urate subcutaneous deposition: an uncommon cutaneous presentation of gout 

      Aguayo Ortiz, Rafael; Baradad Brusau, Manuel; Soria, Xavier; Abal Diaz, Leandro; Sanmartín Novell, Verònica; Egido Garcia, Ramon Maria; Gallel Vicente, María del Pilar; Casanova i Seuma, Josep M. (Josep Manel); Martí Laborda, Rosa Ma. (Wiley online library, 2013)
      Tophi develop during the most advanced clinical stage of gout, and are usually located on or around the joints. However, unusual skin features caused by intradermal and/or subcutaneous deposition of tophaceous material ...