A population-based study of immunohistochemical detection of p53 alteration in bladder cancer

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The molecular pathology of bladder cancer has been the subject of considerable interest and mutation of the p53 gene, which has been associated with more invasive bladder cancer, has been widely studied. Further, there is evidence that p53 inactivation (either mutation or protein dysregulation), independent of stage, may be predictive of bladder cancer… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/sj.bjc.6601748

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@article{Kelsey2004APS, title={A population-based study of immunohistochemical detection of p53 alteration in bladder cancer}, author={Karl T. Kelsey and Tomoko Hirao and Alan R. Schned and Satoshi Hirao and Tara Devi-Ashok and Heather H. Nelson and A. Andrew and Margaret R. Karagas}, journal={British Journal of Cancer}, year={2004}, volume={90}, pages={1572 - 1576} }