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Hydrodynamic cavitation kills prostate cells and ablates benign prostatic hyperplasia tissue
(ROYAL SOC MEDICINE PRESS LTD, 2013)
Hydrodynamic cavitation is a physical phenomenon characterized by vaporization and bubble formation in liquids under low local pressures, and their implosion following their release to a higher pressure environment. Collapse ...
Identification of microRNAs differentially expressed in prostatic secretions of patients with prostate cancer
Prostate cancer (PCa) is one of the leading causes of cancer deaths in men. Since there are limited treatment options available for the advanced tumors, there is an urgent need for novel diagnostic tools for PCa. Prostate ...