Association of IGF‐1 gene rs2195239 polymorphism with the risk and clinical features of gastric cancer in a Chinese Han population

@article{Meisami2020AssociationOI,
  title={Association of IGF‐1 gene rs2195239 polymorphism with the risk and clinical features of gastric cancer in a Chinese Han population},
  author={Amirhosein Meisami and Amin Jalilvand},
  journal={Journal of Clinical Laboratory Analysis},
  year={2020},
  volume={34}
}
Dear Editor, We read with the great interest the published paper by Wang et al1. They performed a research to examine the association of rs2195239 polymorphism with the risk and clinical features of gastric cancer in a Chinese Han. In abstract, it was mentioned that “Stratified analyses suggested that the significant association was shown in the females.” Besides, in Table 1, the authors stated that the number of males and females in Control group were 225 and 193, respectively. Nevertheless… Expand
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Association of IGF‐1 gene rs2195239 polymorphism with the risk and clinical features of gastric cancer in a Chinese Han population
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The aims of this study were to demonstrate whether IGF‐1 gene rs2195239 polymorphism was linked with the risk and clinical features of GC in a Chinese Han population. Expand

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Association of IGF‐1 gene rs2195239 polymorphism with the risk and clinical features of gastric cancer in a Chinese Han population
TLDR
The aims of this study were to demonstrate whether IGF‐1 gene rs2195239 polymorphism was linked with the risk and clinical features of GC in a Chinese Han population. Expand