Relation between the Serum E‐Selectin Level and the Survival Rate of Patients with Resected Non‐small Cell Lung Cancers

@article{Tsumatori1999RelationBT,
  title={Relation between the Serum E‐Selectin Level and the Survival Rate of Patients with Resected Non‐small Cell Lung Cancers},
  author={G. Tsumatori and Y. Ozeki and K. Takagi and T. Ogata and Susumu Tanaka},
  journal={Japanese Journal of Cancer Research : Gann},
  year={1999},
  volume={90},
  pages={301 - 307}
}
E‐Selectin is an inducible adhesion molecule, which is expressed on cytokine‐activated endothelial cells and is thought to interact with cancer cells to initiate metastases. The relationship between serum E‐selectin levels and prognoses in 101 patients with resected non‐small cell lung cancers (NSCLCs) was studied, and survival curves were compared in relation to E‐selectin levels and expression of two carbohydrate antigens, Sialyl Lewisx (SLX) and Sialyl Lewisa (CA19‐9), which were… Expand
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