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CD44 Gene rs8193 C Allele Is Significantly Enriched in Gastric Cancer Patients.

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Summary of "CD44 Gene rs8193 C Allele Is Significantly Enriched in Gastric Cancer Patients."

Gastric cancer is a multifactorial disease. In addition to environmental factors, many genes are involved in this malignancy. One of the genes associated with gastric cancer is gene and its polymorphisms. gene plays role in regulating cell survival, growth and mobility. The single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) rs8193, located in the gene, has not been studied in gastric cancer patients of the Iranian population. The present study aims to study this polymorphism in 86 gastric cancer patients and 96 healthy individuals.

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Name: Cell journal
ISSN: 2228-5806
Pages: 451-458

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