Allelic loss and microsatellite alterations of chromosome 3p14.2 are more frequent in recurrent cervical dysplasias.

@article{Lin2000AllelicLA,
  title={Allelic loss and microsatellite alterations of chromosome 3p14.2 are more frequent in recurrent cervical dysplasias.},
  author={Wei-Chien Lin and E A Michalopulos and N Dhurander and Peter C-H. Cheng and Wilton Robinson and Raheela Ashfaq and Robert L. Coleman and Carolyn Y. Muller},
  journal={Clinical cancer research : an official journal of the American Association for Cancer Research},
  year={2000},
  volume={6 4},
  pages={1410-4}
}
Epidemiological studies have documented the unpredictable clinical progression or recurrence of cervical dysplasia. Recent studies have shown several molecular changes in cervical cancers and their associated dysplasia. We conducted molecular analyses on a retrospectively ascertained cohort of recurrent and nonrecurrent cervical dysplasia cases in an attempt to define molecular biomarkers to predict progressive or recurrent disease. Cases were chosen if long-term follow-up (3-5 years after… CONTINUE READING

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