[Chromosomal instability, microsatellite instability and CpG island methylator phenotype: roles in small intestinal carcinogenesis].
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Nov 01, 2011
32 Suppl 2
Chromosomal instable carcinomas of the small intestine are distinguished from microsatellite instable and microsatellite and chromosomal stable tumors by a high frequency of KRAS mutations and low frequencies of CIMP and BRAF mutations. In microsatellite instable and microsatellite and chromosomally stable cancers, CIMP and BRAF/KRAS mutations are similarly distributed indicating common mechanisms of tumor initiation or progression in the molecular pathogenesis.
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