Lack of Association between Polymorphisms in Genes MTHFR and MDR1 and Risk of Childhood ALL

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Acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) is the most common malignancy in childhood (Tharnprisan et al., 2013). Its annual incidence rate is approximately 9-10 cases per 100.000 people in childhood, with peak incidence between the age of two and five years (J Yan et al., 2012). More than 80% of children diagnosed with ALL can be cured with current multiagent… (More)

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@inproceedings{Kreile2015LackOA, title={Lack of Association between Polymorphisms in Genes MTHFR and MDR1 and Risk of Childhood ALL}, author={Madara Kreile and Dmitrijs Rots and Linda Piekuse and Elizabete Cebura and Marika Grutupa and Zhanna Kovalova and Baiba Lāce}, year={2015} }