FUT11 as a potential biomarker of clear cell renal cell carcinoma progression based on meta-analysis of gene expression data

@article{Zodro2013FUT11AA,
  title={FUT11 as a potential biomarker of clear cell renal cell carcinoma progression based on meta-analysis of gene expression data},
  author={Elżbieta Zodro and M. Jaroszewski and Agnieszka Ida and Tomasz Wrzesiński and Z. Kwias and H. Bluyssen and J. Wesoły},
  journal={Tumour Biology},
  year={2013},
  volume={35},
  pages={2607 - 2617}
}
  • Elżbieta Zodro, M. Jaroszewski, +4 authors J. Wesoły
  • Published 2013
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Tumour Biology
  • In this paper, we provide a comprehensive summary of available clear cell renal cell carcinoma (ccRCC) microarray data in the form of meta-analysis of genes differentially regulated in tumors as compared to healthy tissue, using effect size to measure the strength of a relationship between the disease and gene expression. We identified 725 differentially regulated genes, with a number of interesting targets, such as TMEM213, SMIM5, or ATPases: ATP6V0A4 and ATP6V1G3, of which limited or no… CONTINUE READING
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