Early diagnosis of bladder cancer through the detection of urinary tyrosine-phosphorylated proteins

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Background:A noninvasive, highly sensitive and specific urine test is needed for bladder cancer (BC) diagnosis and surveillance in addition to the invasive cystoscopy. We previously described the diagnostic effectiveness of urinary tyrosine-phosphorylated proteins (UPY) and a new assay (UPY-A) for their measurement in a pilot study. The aim of this work was… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/bjc.2015.232

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@inproceedings{Khadjavi2015EarlyDO, title={Early diagnosis of bladder cancer through the detection of urinary tyrosine-phosphorylated proteins}, author={Amina Khadjavi and Franca Mannu and Paolo Destefanis and Carlotta Sacerdote and Angelo F Battaglia and Mariela Allasia and Dario Fontana and Bruno Frea and Silvia Polidoro and Giovanni Fiorito and Giuseppe Matullo and Antonio Pantaleo and Alessandro Notarpietro and Mar{\'i}a Prato and Franco Castagno and Paolo Vineis and Paulo Gontero and Giuliana Giribaldi and Francesco M Turrini}, booktitle={British Journal of Cancer}, year={2015} }