Histamine H4 receptor signalling in tongue cancer and its potential role in oral carcinogenesis - a short report. T1 - Histamine H4 receptor signalling in tongue cancer and its potential role in oral carcinogenesis - a short report. N2 - Purpose: Recent reports indicate that histamine and its novel, high-affinity histamine H4 receptor H4R play a role in carcinogenesis, and thus H4R signalling has become a focus of increasing interest in the pathogenesis of many cancers.
Thirty patients with diagnosed malignant tumors of the oral cavity or pharynx were tested in regards to intraoral shape recognition at 4 test occasions: before all treatment, after radiotherapy, 6 months after surgery, and 1 year after surgery.
Oral biofilms play an important role in the development of mucositis, caries and periodontal diseases. The salivary film, denoted pellicle, is formed by selective binding adsorption of proteins present in saliva. This film has many protective functions and thus promotes e.
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