Aryl Hydrocarbon Receptor Gene Polymorphism and its Association Towards Lung Cancer Risk and Clinical Outcomes

@inproceedings{Budhwar2016ArylHR,
  title={Aryl Hydrocarbon Receptor Gene Polymorphism and its Association Towards Lung Cancer Risk and Clinical Outcomes},
  author={Sneha Budhwar and Siddharth Sharma},
  year={2016}
}
The present study was focused to assess the vulnerability of an individual towards Lung cancer having a polymorphism in the exon10 (rs2066853) and two polymorphism in the intronic region (rs10250822, rs2282885) and rs7811989 of AhR. A case control study was performed on the North Indian population. Odds ratio and class interval were used to assess the potency of the association. p value were also calculated to find out the statistical significance of the analysis. Multivariate and univariate… CONTINUE READING

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