[Isolation and identification of DNA fragments frequently deleted from tumor cell lines of human esophageal cancer].
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Zhonghua yi xue za zhi
- Publication Date
Oct 01, 1997
Loss of 33H4 may be accompanied by deletion of an adjacent gene. 12B1 as transposon may suppress the tumorigenesis by activating suppressor genes or/and by inactivating oncogenes. 12H1/33H3, 12H2, 33B2 and 33B3 may be candidates of tumor suppressor genes associated with the development and the progression of esophageal cancer.
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