- Prostate-specific antigen and history of its discoveryM Zaviacic
Institute of Pathology, School of Medicine, Comenius University, Bratislava
Bratisl Lek Listy 98:659-62. 1997..appeared in Investigative Urology (1979), on the basis of which the latter are frequently incorrectly considered and cited as the authors of PSA discovery. (Ref. 46.)..
- Ultrastructure of the normal adult human female prostate gland (Skene's gland)M Zaviacic
Department of Pathology, Comenius University School of Medicine, Sasinkova 4, SK 811 08 Bratislava, Slovak Republic
Anat Embryol (Berl) 201:51-61. 2000..The results of the presented study further corroborate the contemporary concept of the female prostate as a functional genitourinary organ...
- The normal female and the male breast epithelium does not express prostate-specific antigen. Preliminary immunohistochemical observations of autopsy breast tissuesM Zaviacic
Department of Pathology, Comenius University, School of Medicine and Faculty Hospital, Bratislava, Slovak Republic
Gen Physiol Biophys 18:41-4. 1999..Based on these initial observations, tissue of the normal breast, male or female, can not be considered to be the principal source of PSA...
- [The use of cell cultures for in vitro decompression sickness simulation]M Palkovic
Ustav patologickej anatómie LF UK, Bratislava
Soud Lek 52:9-16. 2007..3.62. Our latest experiments show that DNA fragmentation and apoptosis is activated during decompression shock. Use of culture cells can be of great value in further studies of decompression changes in the cellular and subcellular level...