br Abbreviation Full name br AGE Aged garlic extract
Abbreviation Full name
AGE Aged garlic extract
ROS Reactive oxygen species
ER Estrogen receptor
PSA Prostate specific antigen
PSMA Prostate specific membrane antigen
ATC Anaplastic thyroid cancer
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