BIOMARKERS

Molecular Biopsy of Human Tumors

- a resource for Precision Medicine *

315 related articles for article (PubMed ID: 27133379)

  • 1. Detection of Colorectal Cancer Using a Simplified SEPT9 Gene Methylation Assay Is a Reliable Method for Opportunistic Screening.
    Wu D; Zhou G; Jin P; Zhu J; Li S; Wu Q; Wang G; Sheng J; Wang J; Song L; Han X; Qian J
    J Mol Diagn; 2016 Jul; 18(4):535-45. PubMed ID: 27133379
    [TBL] [Abstract][Full Text] [Related]  

  • 2. The performance of the mSEPT9 assay is influenced by algorithm, cancer stage and age, but not sex and cancer location.
    Song L; Jia J; Yu H; Peng X; Xiao W; Gong Y; Zhou G; Han X; Li Y
    J Cancer Res Clin Oncol; 2017 Jun; 143(6):1093-1101. PubMed ID: 28224298
    [TBL] [Abstract][Full Text] [Related]  

  • 3. Performance of the colorectal cancer screening marker Sept9 is influenced by age, diabetes and arthritis: a nested case-control study.
    Ørntoft MB; Nielsen HJ; Ørntoft TF; Andersen CL;
    BMC Cancer; 2015 Oct; 15():819. PubMed ID: 26514170
    [TBL] [Abstract][Full Text] [Related]  

  • 4. Epi proColon
    Shirley M
    Mol Diagn Ther; 2020 Aug; 24(4):497-503. PubMed ID: 32557236
    [TBL] [Abstract][Full Text] [Related]  

  • 5. The performance of the SEPT9 gene methylation assay and a comparison with other CRC screening tests: A meta-analysis.
    Song L; Jia J; Peng X; Xiao W; Li Y
    Sci Rep; 2017 Jun; 7(1):3032. PubMed ID: 28596563
    [TBL] [Abstract][Full Text] [Related]  

  • 6. The role of
    Sun J; Fei F; Zhang M; Li Y; Zhang X; Zhu S; Zhang S
    BMC Cancer; 2019 May; 19(1):450. PubMed ID: 31088406
    [TBL] [Abstract][Full Text] [Related]  

  • 7. The SEPT9 gene methylation assay is capable of detecting colorectal adenoma in opportunistic screening.
    Song L; Peng X; Li Y; Xiao W; Jia J; Dong C; Gong Y; Zhou G; Han X
    Epigenomics; 2017 May; 9(5):599-610. PubMed ID: 28470092
    [TBL] [Abstract][Full Text] [Related]  

  • 8. Diagnostic Value and Clinical Significance of Methylated SEPT9 for Colorectal Cancer: A Meta-Analysis.
    Hu J; Hu B; Gui YC; Tan ZB; Xu JW
    Med Sci Monit; 2019 Aug; 25():5813-5822. PubMed ID: 31378778
    [TBL] [Abstract][Full Text] [Related]  

  • 9. A systematic review of the performance of the SEPT9 gene methylation assay in colorectal cancer screening, monitoring, diagnosis and prognosis.
    Song L; Yu H; Jia J; Li Y
    Cancer Biomark; 2017; 18(4):425-432. PubMed ID: 28128742
    [TBL] [Abstract][Full Text] [Related]  

  • 10. Multiplex methylated DNA testing in plasma with high sensitivity and specificity for colorectal cancer screening.
    Zhao G; Li H; Yang Z; Wang Z; Xu M; Xiong S; Li S; Wu X; Liu X; Wang Z; Zhu Y; Ma Y; Fei S; Zheng M
    Cancer Med; 2019 Sep; 8(12):5619-5628. PubMed ID: 31407497
    [TBL] [Abstract][Full Text] [Related]  

  • 11. Simultaneous Analysis of SEPT9 Promoter Methylation Status, Micronuclei Frequency, and Folate-Related Gene Polymorphisms: The Potential for a Novel Blood-Based Colorectal Cancer Biomarker.
    Ravegnini G; Zolezzi Moraga JM; Maffei F; Musti M; Zenesini C; Simeon V; Sammarini G; Festi D; Hrelia P; Angelini S
    Int J Mol Sci; 2015 Dec; 16(12):28486-97. PubMed ID: 26633373
    [TBL] [Abstract][Full Text] [Related]  

  • 12. Colorectal cancer screening with blood-based biomarkers: cost-effectiveness of methylated septin 9 DNA versus current strategies.
    Ladabaum U; Allen J; Wandell M; Ramsey S
    Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev; 2013 Sep; 22(9):1567-76. PubMed ID: 23796793
    [TBL] [Abstract][Full Text] [Related]  

  • 13. SEPT9: A Specific Circulating Biomarker for Colorectal Cancer.
    Song L; Li Y
    Adv Clin Chem; 2015; 72():171-204. PubMed ID: 26471083
    [TBL] [Abstract][Full Text] [Related]  

  • 14. Plasma Septin9 versus fecal immunochemical testing for colorectal cancer screening: a prospective multicenter study.
    Johnson DA; Barclay RL; Mergener K; Weiss G; König T; Beck J; Potter NT
    PLoS One; 2014; 9(6):e98238. PubMed ID: 24901436
    [TBL] [Abstract][Full Text] [Related]  

  • 15. Validation of a real-time PCR-based qualitative assay for the detection of methylated SEPT9 DNA in human plasma.
    Potter NT; Hurban P; White MN; Whitlock KD; Lofton-Day CE; Tetzner R; Koenig T; Quigley NB; Weiss G
    Clin Chem; 2014 Sep; 60(9):1183-91. PubMed ID: 24938752
    [TBL] [Abstract][Full Text] [Related]  

  • 16. Performance of a second-generation methylated SEPT9 test in detecting colorectal neoplasm.
    Jin P; Kang Q; Wang X; Yang L; Yu Y; Li N; He YQ; Han X; Hang J; Zhang J; Song L; Han Y; Sheng JQ
    J Gastroenterol Hepatol; 2015 May; 30(5):830-3. PubMed ID: 25471329
    [TBL] [Abstract][Full Text] [Related]  

  • 17. Epi proColon
    Lamb YN; Dhillon S
    Mol Diagn Ther; 2017 Apr; 21(2):225-232. PubMed ID: 28155091
    [TBL] [Abstract][Full Text] [Related]  

  • 18. High methylation of the SEPT9 gene in Chinese colorectal cancer patients.
    Su XL; Wang YF; Li SJ; Zhang F; Cui HW
    Genet Mol Res; 2014 Jan; 13(2):2513-20. PubMed ID: 24535900
    [TBL] [Abstract][Full Text] [Related]  

  • 19. Detection of methylated SEPT9 in plasma is a reliable screening method for both left- and right-sided colon cancers.
    Tóth K; Sipos F; Kalmár A; Patai AV; Wichmann B; Stoehr R; Golcher H; Schellerer V; Tulassay Z; Molnár B
    PLoS One; 2012; 7(9):e46000. PubMed ID: 23049919
    [TBL] [Abstract][Full Text] [Related]  

  • 20. Detection of colorectal cancer by DNA methylation biomarker SEPT9: past, present and future.
    Li Y; Song L; Gong Y; He B
    Biomark Med; 2014; 8(5):755-69. PubMed ID: 25123042
    [TBL] [Abstract][Full Text] [Related]  

    [Next]    [New Search]
    of 16.