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Differential clinicopatho-logical and molecular features

2019-03-20T00:04:07+00:00

Differential clinicopathological and molecular features within late-onset colorectal cancer according to tumor location BACKGROUND: Since there is a predilection of some clinical and molecular features for a given tumor location, we assessed whether this can be confirmed in late-onset colorectal cancer (LOCRC). RESULTS: Right colon cancers showed features associated with sporadic Microsatellite Instability: predominance [...]

Differential clinicopatho-logical and molecular features2019-03-20T00:04:07+00:00

NOMO-1 gene is deleted in early-onset colorectal cancer

2019-03-14T16:41:41+00:00

To characterize clinical features of a recurrent alteration in 16p13.12-p13.11 in Colorectal Cancer (CRC), mainly in Early-onset subgroup (EOCRC), and to assess the status of NOMO1, a gene located in that region, we analyzed differential clinicopathological, familial and molecular features of CRC subsets with and without alterations in the 16p13.12-p13.11, in global and EOCRC [...]

NOMO-1 gene is deleted in early-onset colorectal cancer2019-03-14T16:41:41+00:00

Unsupervised Analysis of Array Comparative Genomic Hybridization Data

2019-03-20T00:20:15+00:00

Unsupervised Analysis of Array Comparative Genomic Hybridization Data from Early-Onset Colorectal Cancer Reveals Equivalence with Molecular Classification and Phenotypes AIM: To investigate whether chromosomal instability (CIN) is associated with tumor phenotypes and/or with global genomic status based on MSI (microsatellite instability) and CIMP (CpG island methylator phenotype) in early-onset colorectal cancer (EOCRC). METHODS: Taking as [...]

Unsupervised Analysis of Array Comparative Genomic Hybridization Data2019-03-20T00:20:15+00:00

Toward a Molecular Classification of Synchronous Colorectal Cancer

2019-04-04T21:49:25+00:00

Toward a Molecular Classification of Synchronous Colorectal Cancer: Clinical and Molecular Characterization BACKGROUND: Two or more primary colorectal tumors coexisting at the time of diagnosis are considered to be synchronous tumors. It is estimated that synchronous colorectal cancer (SCRC) only accounts for 1.1% to 8.1% of all colorectal cancers (CRCs), and its molecular basis [...]

Toward a Molecular Classification of Synchronous Colorectal Cancer2019-04-04T21:49:25+00:00

Multiple primary colorectal cancer

2019-03-20T00:38:57+00:00

Multiple primary colorectal cancer: Individual or familial predisposition? Colorectal carcinoma (CRC) is one of the most frequent cancers. Along the surface of the large bowel, several foci of CRC may appear simultaneously or over the time. The development of at least two different tumors has been defined as multiple primary CRC (MPCRC): When more [...]

Multiple primary colorectal cancer2019-03-20T00:38:57+00:00

Classifying early-onset colorectal cancer

2019-03-20T00:48:45+00:00

Classifying early-onset colorectal cancer according to tumor location: new potential subcategories to explore Early-onset Colorectal Cancer (ECRC) represents a significant and increasing proportion of Colorectal Cancer (CRC), but it is a heterogeneous entity that probably encompasses specific subclasses. On the premise that the carcinogenetic mechanism and progression of CRC may differ with location, we [...]

Classifying early-onset colorectal cancer2019-03-20T00:48:45+00:00