Different subtypes of human lung adenocarcinoma caused by different etiological factors. Evidence from p53 mutational spectra.

Abstract

Human lung adenocarcinomas are only relatively weakly associated with tobacco smoke, and other etiological factors need to be clarified. These may also vary with the histopathology. Because the p53 mutation status (frequency and spectrum) of a carcinoma can provide clues to causative agents, we subclassified 113 adenocarcinomas into five cell types: hobnail… (More)

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