Mutant KRAS and GNAS DNA Concentrations in Secretin-Stimulated Pancreatic Fluid Collected from the Pancreatic Duct and the Duodenal Lumen

@inproceedings{Sadakari2014MutantKA,
  title={Mutant KRAS and GNAS DNA Concentrations in Secretin-Stimulated Pancreatic Fluid Collected from the Pancreatic Duct and the Duodenal Lumen},
  author={Yoshihiko Sadakari and Mitsuro Kanda and Kosuke Maitani and Maria Fernanda Martins Borges and Marcia Irene Canto and Michael G Goggins},
  booktitle={Clinical and Translational Gastroenterology},
  year={2014}
}
Objectives:The analysis of secretin-stimulated pancreatic fluid is being evaluated as an approach to improve the early detection of pancreatic cancer and pancreatic precursor neoplasms. The method of pancreatic fluid sampling may have a significant impact on tumor marker measurements. The aim of this study was to compare concentrations of mutant DNA in pancreatic fluid from patients who had samples collected from both the pancreatic duct and duodenal lumen.Methods:Thirty-six participants… CONTINUE READING
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