Renal cell carcinoma: allelic loss at chromosome 9 using the fluorescent multiplex-polymerase chain reaction technique.


Loss of tumor-suppressor genes on both arms of chromosome 9 appears to be common in many types of cancer. Chromosome 9q is often partially deleted in bladder cancer, lung cancer, and basal cell carcinoma. However, little data are available on allelic loss on chromosome 9 in renal cell carcinoma (RCC). One hundred and nine nonpapillary RCCs were studied for… (More)


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