Role nitrogen oxide and reactive nitrogen species in cancerogenesis of oral mucous membrane

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Effects NO and reactive nitrogen species for screen method ofprecancer diseases of oral mucous membrane were presented, value of risk transformation in cancer in situ, drafting ofprognosis disease and expediency forfurther researches were showed in this point line.

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O. D Baydik

”Siberian state medical University”

Email: olgabajdik@yandex.ru
634050, Tomsk
Dr. Sci. Med., Associate professor of the Department of Dentistry, “Siberian State Medical University”

M. A Titarenko

”Siberian state medical University”

634050, Tomsk

P. G Sysolyatin

”Novosibirsk state medical University”

630091, Novosibirsk

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