Anna E Szafranska-Schwarzbach

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OBJECTIVES Current diagnostic tools for pancreatic cysts fail to reliably differentiate mucinous from nonmucinous cysts. Reliable biomarkers are needed. MicroRNAs (miRNA) may offer insights into pancreatic cysts. Our aims were to (1) identify miRNAs that distinguish benign from both premalignant cysts and malignant pancreatic lesions using formalin-fixed,(More)
Since their discovery, microRNAs (miRNAs) 20 have shown great promise in a wide array of clinical applications. In some cases, the use of miRNAs as new diagnostic markers might help answer diagnostic dilemmas that gene expression analyses or other types of analyses have not been able to satisfactorily address. In other instances, it is easy to perceive(More)
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