Molecular Biopsy of Human Tumors

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Terms: = Colorectal cancer AND STIL, SIL, 6491, ENSG00000123473, Q15468 AND Prognosis
8 results:

  • 1. Appendiceal adenocarcinoma is associated with better prognosis than cecal adenocarcinoma: a population-based comparative survival study.
    Chen G; Chen K; Sahyoun L; Zaman S; Protiva P
    BMJ Open Gastroenterol; 2023 Feb; 10(1):. PubMed ID: 36822658
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  • 2. Combinatory statuses of tumor stromal percentage and tumor infiltrating lymphocytes as prognostic factors in stage III colorectal cancers.
    Jin HY; Yoo SY; Lee JA; Wen X; Kim Y; Park HE; Kwak Y; Cho NY; Bae JM; Kim JH; Lee HS; Kang GH
    J Gastroenterol Hepatol; 2022 Mar; 37(3):551-557. PubMed ID: 35018665
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  • 3. Intratumoral infiltrating lymphocytes correlate with improved survival in colorectal cancer patients: Independent of oncogenetic features.
    Nazemalhosseini-Mojarad E; Mohammadpour S; Torshizi Esafahani A; Gharib E; Larki P; Moradi A; Amin Porhoseingholi M; Asadzade Aghdaei H; Kuppen PJK; Zali MR
    J Cell Physiol; 2019 Apr; 234(4):4768-4777. PubMed ID: 30370522
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  • 4. A prognostic classifier consisting of 17 circulating cytokines is a novel predictor of overall survival for metastatic colorectal cancer patients.
    Chen ZY; He WZ; Peng LX; Jia WH; Guo RP; Xia LP; Qian CN
    Int J Cancer; 2015 Feb; 136(3):584-92. PubMed ID: 24916890
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  • 5. The correlation of microsatellite instability and tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes in hereditary non-polyposis colorectal cancer (HNPCC) and sporadic colorectal cancers: the significance of different types of lymphocyte infiltration.
    Takemoto N; Konishi F; Yamashita K; Kojima M; Furukawa T; Miyakura Y; Shitoh K; Nagai H
    Jpn J Clin Oncol; 2004 Feb; 34(2):90-8. PubMed ID: 15067103
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  • 6. Increased serum concentration of circulating soluble receptor for interleukin-2 and its effect as a prognostic indicator in cachectic patients with gastric and colorectal cancer.
    Shibata M; Takekawa M
    Oncology; 1999; 56(1):54-8. PubMed ID: 9885378
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  • 7. Prognostic significance of immunological evaluation in colorectal cancer.
    Berghella AM; Pellegrini P; Del Beato T; Maccarone D; Adorno D; Casciani CU
    Cancer Biother Radiopharm; 1996 Dec; 11(6):355-61. PubMed ID: 10851496
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  • 8. Significance of increased neutrophils in patients with advanced colorectal cancer.
    Satomi A; Murakami S; Ishida K; Mastuki M; Hashimoto T; Sonoda M
    Acta Oncol; 1995; 34(1):69-73. PubMed ID: 7532422
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