- Rui Henrique, Portuguese Oncology Institute
- Dan Jones, Quest Diagnostics Nichols Institute
- Ferdinando Mannello, University of Urbino
- Sandeep Mathur, All India Institute of Medical Sciences
- Karoly Szuhai, Leiden University Medical Center
- neil sebire, Great Ormond Street Hospital
- Elaine Zhang, BioMed Central
An immunohistochemical study demonstrates that podocalyxin-like protein expression is associated with more aggressive tumor phenotype and poor prognosis in pancreatic, distal bile duct, ampullary and duodenal adenocarcinoma.
A population-based cohort study demonstrates that high HMG-CoA reductase expression is associated with less aggressive tumor characteristics in primary breast cancer patients.
Using next generation sequencing procedures, this novel screening method allows detection of BRCA1/2 mutation in formalin-fixed paraffin-embedded ovarian and breast tumor tissue.
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