Genetic variants in microRNA-146a (C>G) and microRNA-1269b (G>C) are associated with the decreased risk of oral premalignant lesions, oral cancer, and pharyngeal cancer.

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OBJECTIVE To investigate the relationships between two single-nucleotide polymorphisms at miR-146a C>G (rs2910164) and miR-1269b G>C (rs7210937) and the risk of developing oral premalignant lesions (OPLs), oral squamous cell carcinoma (OSCC), pharyngeal SCC (PSCC), and oral and pharyngeal SCC (OPSCC). DESIGN Genotyping of miR-146a C>G and miR-1269b G>C… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.archoralbio.2016.08.010

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@article{Chen2016GeneticVI, title={Genetic variants in microRNA-146a (C>G) and microRNA-1269b (G>C) are associated with the decreased risk of oral premalignant lesions, oral cancer, and pharyngeal cancer.}, author={Hung-Chih Chen and Yu-Kai Tseng and Chao-Chuan Chi and Yu-Hung Chen and Cheng-Mei Yang and Sin-Jhih Huang and Yi-Cheng Lee and Huei-Han Liou and Kuo-Wang Tsai and Luo-Ping Ger}, journal={Archives of oral biology}, year={2016}, volume={72}, pages={21-32} }