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Restriction fragment length polymorphism of the L-myc gene is not a prognostic factor in bladder cancer patients

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Nature Publishing Group
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DOI: 10.1038/sj.bjc.6690295
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  • Short Communication
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  • Biology
  • Medicine

Abstract

The L-myc restriction fragment length polymorphism has been suggested to be of prognostic significance in some types of primary tumours. We examined the prognostic and susceptibility significance of the L-myc genotype in a group of 98 bladder cancer patients. The L-myc genotype did not correlate with any pathologic parameter and does not offer any clinical utility in patients with bladder cancer. © 1999 Cancer Research Campaign

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