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Narendra N Joshi,
Scientific Officer F 
Advanced Centre for Treatment Research and Education in Cancer
Tata Memorial Centre, Kharghar
Navi Mumbai - 410 210   
1. Joshi, N. N., Kale, M. D., Hake, S. S. and Kannan, S.  Transforming growth factor beta signaling pathway associated gene polymorphisms may explain lower breast cancer risk in western Indian women. PloS One. 2011.  6, e21866. [PubMed]
2. Thorat, M. A., Datar, R. H. and Joshi, N. N.  Cancer immunotherapeutics: raising the ante. The National Medical Journal of India. 2006.  19, 140-150. [PubMed]
3. Shevde, L. A., Joshi, N. N., Dudhat, S. B., Hawaldar, R. W. and Nadkarni, J. J.  Immune functions, clinical parameters and hormone receptor status in breast cancer patients. Journal of Cancer Research and Clinical Oncology. 1999.  125, 313-320. [PubMed]
4. Shevde, L. A., Rao, N. M., Joshi, N. N., Shinde, S. R., Ghosh, S. N. and Nadkarni, J. J.  Natural killer cell function and genetic instability in unaffected individuals from breast cancer families. European Journal of Cancer Prevention. 1998.  7, 141-148. [PubMed]
5. Shevde, L. A., Joshi, N. N., Shinde, S. R. and Nadkarni, J. J.  Studies on functional status of circulating lymphocytes in unaffected members from cancer families. Human Immunology. 1998.  59, 373-381. [PubMed]
6. Rao, N. M., Joshi, N. N., Shinde, S. R., Advani, S. H. and Ghosh, S. N.  Premature separation of centromere and aneuploidy: an indicator of high risk in unaffected individuals from familial breast cancer families? European Journal of Cancer Prevention. 1996.  5, 343-350. [PubMed]
7. Joshi, N. N., Mukhopadhyay, R., Advani, S. H. and Gangal, S. G.  Production of interleukin-2 and expression of tac antigen in Hodgkin disease. Cancer Detection and Prevention. 1987.  1, 137-143. [PubMed]


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