Gene expression profiles in HPV‐infected head and neck cancer

@article{Schlecht2007GeneEP,
  title={Gene expression profiles in HPV‐infected head and neck cancer},
  author={NF Schlecht and RD Burk and Leslie R. Adrien and Anne Dunne and Nicole Kawachi and Catherine Sarta and Q G Chen and Margaret Brandwein-Gensler and MB Prystowsky and Geoffrey J. Childs and R.V. Smith and TJ Belbin},
  journal={The Journal of Pathology},
  year={2007},
  volume={213}
}
Epidemiological and laboratory evidence indicate that, in addition to tobacco and alcohol, human papillomaviruses (HPV) play an important aetiological role in a subset of head and neck squamous cell carcinoma (HNSCC). To evaluate the molecular pathogenesis of HPV‐infected HNSCC, we compared gene expression patterns between HPV‐positive and ‐negative HNSCC tumours using cDNA microarrays. Tumour tissue was collected from 42 histologically confirmed HNSCC patients from an inner‐city area of New… 

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