Comprehensive genomic meta-analysis identifies intra-tumoural stroma as a predictor of survival in patients with gastric cancer.

@article{Wu2013ComprehensiveGM,
  title={Comprehensive genomic meta-analysis identifies intra-tumoural stroma as a predictor of survival in patients with gastric cancer.},
  author={Yonghui Wu and Heike I Grabsch and Tatiana Ivanova and Iain Beehuat Tan and Jacinta M Murray and Chia Huey Ooi and Alexander I. Wright and Nicholas P West and Gordon G A Hutchins and Jeanie Wu and Minghui Lee and Julian Lee and Jun Hao Koo and Khay Guan Yeoh and Nicole van Grieken and Bauke Ylstra and Sun Young Rha and Jaffer A. Ajani and Jae Ho Cheong and Sung Hoon Noh and Kiat Hon Tony Lim and Alex Boussioutas and Ju-seog Lee and Patrick Tan},
  journal={Gut},
  year={2013},
  volume={62 8},
  pages={1100-11}
}
OBJECTIVE Gastric adenocarcinoma (gastric cancer, GC) is a major cause of global cancer mortality. Identifying molecular programmes contributing to GC patient survival may improve our understanding of GC pathogenesis, highlight new prognostic factors and reveal novel therapeutic targets. The authors aimed to produce a comprehensive inventory of gene expression programmes expressed in primary GCs, and to identify those expression programmes significantly associated with patient survival… CONTINUE READING