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04/04/2016
Apoptosis; Colorectal cancer; Invasion; MiR-874; Prognosis; Proliferation
X.J. Wang; M. Xia; W.P. Bi; X.J. Wang; M. Xia; W.P. Bi; X.J. Wang; M. Xia; W.P. Bi; X.J. Wang; M. Xia; W.P. Bi
04/07/2016
Apoptosis; Autophagy; Beclin-1; Colorectal cancer; MicroRNA-30a; Prognosis

We investigated the associations between Beclin-1 and microRNA-30a (miR-30a) expression and the severity and treatment response in colorectal cancer (CRC). Our sample size consisted of 139 CRC patients who were treated with surgery alone. Immunohistochemistry was used to investigate the expression and prognostic significance of Beclin-1 in CRC, while the weak expression of Beclin-1 in ... more

L. Liu; T. Meng; Q.S. Wang; H.Z. Jin; Z.Q. Sun; B. Jin; F. Fang; H.J. Wang; L. Liu; T. Meng; Q.S. Wang; H.Z. Jin; Z.Q. Sun; B. Jin; F. Fang; H.J. Wang; L. Liu; T. Meng; Q.S. Wang; H.Z. Jin; Z.Q. Sun; B. Jin; F. Fang; H.J. Wang
05/09/2016
High-mobility group A2; miR-154; Non-small cell lung cancer; Prognosis; Proliferation

MicroRNA-154 (miR-154) is dysregulated in some human malignancies and is correlated with tumor progression. However, its expression and function in non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) remain unclear. Therefore, we explored the effects of miR-154 on NSCLC tumorigenesis and development. Using quantitative reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction, we detected miR-154 expression in ... more

H.C. Zhuo; Y.F. Song; J. Ye; G.X. Lai; D.L. Liu
05/13/2016
Apoptosis; Invasion; MiR-32; Proliferation; Uveal melanoma

MicroRNA-32 (miR-32) has been shown to be dysregulated in some human malignancies and this has been found to be correlated with tumor progression. However, its role in uveal melanoma formation and progression remains largely unknown. Thus, the aim of this study was to explore the expression and function of miR-32 in human uveal melanoma. Using quantitative reverse transcription-polymerase ... more

Y.B. Ma; D.W. Song; R.H. Nie; G.Y. Mu
04/26/2016
Colorectal cancer; High-resolution melting; Mismatch repair gene; Single nucleotide polymorphism

Single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) in mismatch repair genes, especially in the MLH1 gene, are closely associated with susceptibility to hereditary nonpolyposis colorectal cancer. However, few relevant findings are available regarding the association between sporadic colorectal cancer (SCRC) and SNPs of MLH1 in Chinese patients. Therefore, the present study aimed to ... more

H.X. Peng; X. Xu; R. Yang; Y.M. Chu; D.M. Yang; Y. Xu; F.L. Zhou; W.Z. Ma; X.J. Zhang; M. Guan; Z.H. Yang; Z.D. Jin; H.X. Peng; X. Xu; R. Yang; Y.M. Chu; D.M. Yang; Y. Xu; F.L. Zhou; W.Z. Ma; X.J. Zhang; M. Guan; Z.H. Yang; Z.D. Jin; H.X. Peng; X. Xu; R. Yang; Y.M. Chu; D.M. Yang; Y. Xu; F.L. Zhou; W.Z. Ma; X.J. Zhang; M. Guan; Z.H. Yang; Z.D. Jin
07/14/2016
-238G>A; -308G>A; Colorectal cancer; Haplotype; Mexican population; TNF-α

The objective of this study was to examine the association between TNF-α serum levels and -308G>A and -238G>A polymorphisms in the corresponding gene by comparing healthy subjects to colorectal cancer (CRC) patients from a Mexican population. Serum levels of TNF-α were found to significantly differ between CRC patients and controls (P = 0.001), but no relationship between the -308G ... more

I.A. Gutiérrez-Hurtado; A.M. Puebla-Pérez; J.I. Delgado-Saucedo; L.E. Figuera; G.M. Zúñiga-González; K. Gomez-Mariscal; C.A. Ronquillo-Carreón; M.P. Gallegos-Arreola; I.A. Gutiérrez-Hurtado; A.M. Puebla-Pérez; J.I. Delgado-Saucedo; L.E. Figuera; G.M. Zúñiga-González; K. Gomez-Mariscal; C.A. Ronquillo-Carreón; M.P. Gallegos-Arreola
05/13/2016
Back-propagation neural network; Colorectal cancer; Logistic regression analysis; Serum marker; Support vector machine

We evaluated the application of three machine learning algorithms, including logistic regression, support vector machine and back-propagation neural network, for diagnosing congenital heart disease and colorectal cancer. By inspecting related serum tumor marker levels in colorectal cancer patients and healthy subjects, early diagnosis models for colorectal cancer were built using three ... more

B. Zhang; X.L. Liang; H.Y. Gao; L.S. Ye; Y.G. Wang; B. Zhang; X.L. Liang; H.Y. Gao; L.S. Ye; Y.G. Wang
05/06/2016
BK polyomavirus; BKV; Colorectal cancer

The development of human neoplasms can be provoked by exposure to one of several viruses. Burkitt lymphoma, cervical carcinoma, and hepatocellular carcinoma are associated with Epstein-Barr, human papilloma, and hepatitis B virus infections, respectively. Over the past three decades, many studies have attempted to establish an association between colorectal cancer and viruses, with ... more

M.N. Khabaz; T. Nedjadi; M.A. Gari; J.A. Al-Maghrabi; H.M. Atta; A.A. Basuni; D.A. Elderwi; M.N. Khabaz; T. Nedjadi; M.A. Gari; J.A. Al-Maghrabi; H.M. Atta; A.A. Basuni; D.A. Elderwi
04/26/2016
Gastric cancer; miR-204; Prognosis; Serum

Deregulation of microRNAs (miRNAs) is implicated in the initiation and progression of gastric cancer (GC). Previous studies have demonstrated that miR-204 was downregulated in GC tissues. However, its expression profile in serum samples and its potential for clinical value remain unknown. Real-time PCR was performed to evaluate the expression level of serum miR-204 in patients with GC. ... more

X. Chen; X.S. Liu; H.Y. Liu; Y.Y. Lu; Y. Li; X. Chen; X.S. Liu; H.Y. Liu; Y.Y. Lu; Y. Li; X. Chen; X.S. Liu; H.Y. Liu; Y.Y. Lu; Y. Li
05/25/2016
Glioma; MicroRNA-198; Prognosis; Real-time quantitative RT-PCR
H.B. Man; W.P. Bi; H.H. Man; H.B. Man; W.P. Bi; H.H. Man; H.B. Man; W.P. Bi; H.H. Man

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