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Ruth Birbe, MD

Contact Dr. Birbe

132 S. 10th St.
Main Building, Suite 285A
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 955-2494
(215) 923-1969 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Genomic prostate cancer classifier predicts biochemical failure and metastases in patients after postoperative radiation therapy
  2. Integrin avb6 Promotes an osteolytic program in cancer cells by upregulating MMP2
  3. USP22 regulates oncogenic signaling pathways to drive lethal cancer progression
  4. Oncogenes and inflammation rewire host energy metabolism in the tumor microenvironment RAS and NFκB target stromal MCT4
  5. Molecular diagnosis of prostate cancer: Are we up to age?
  6. The potential value of phosphohistone-H3 mitotic index determined by digital image analysis in the assessment of pancreatic endocrine tumors in fine-needle aspiration cytology specimens
  7. Convergence of oncogenic and hormone receptor pathways promotes metastatic phenotypes
  8. The International Society of Urological Pathology (ISUP) Vancouver classification of renal neoplasia
  9. The International Society of Urological Pathology (ISUP) grading system for renal cell carcinoma and other prognostic parameters
  10. Renal tumors: Diagnostic and prognostic biomarkers
  11. Handling and staging of renal cell carcinoma: The International Society of Urological Pathology Consensus (ISUP) conference recommendations
  12. BRCA1 mutations drive oxidative stress and glycolysis in the tumor microenvironment: Implications for breast cancer prevention with antioxidant therapies
  13. Autophagy and senescence in cancer-associated fibroblasts metabolically supports tumor growth and metastasis, via glycolysis and ketone production
  14. Does mitosis-specific marker phosphohistone H3 help the grading of upper tract urothelial carcinomas in cell blocks?
  15. Mitochondrial metabolism in cancer metastasis: Visualizing tumor cell mitochondria and the "reverse Warburg effect" in positive lymph node tissue
  16. Is cancer a metabolic rebellion against host aging? In the quest for immortality, tumor cells try to save themselves by boosting mitochondrial metabolism
  17. Pyruvate kinase expression (PKM1 and PKM2) in cancer associated fibroblasts drives stromal nutrient production and tumor growth
  18. Hyperactivation of oxidative mitochondrial metabolism in epithelial cancer cells in situ: Visualizing the therapeutic effects of metformin in tumor tissue
  19. Matrix remodeling stimulates stromal autophagy, "fueling" cancer cell mitochondrial metabolism and metastasis
  20. Evidence for a stromal-epithelial "lactate shuttle" in human tumors: MCT4 is a marker of oxidative stress in cancer-associated fibroblasts
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