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Serum resistin level in patients with colorectal cancer

  title={Serum resistin level in patients with colorectal cancer},
  author={Dr. Luma Abdulmunim Baker},
Resistin adipocyte-secreting adipokine, it is positively correlates with the development colorectal cancer, Resistin shares several features with proinflammatory cytokines and can play a role in the regulation of inflammation and immunity. The majority of epidemiologic studies had indicated that in vivo hyper-resistinemia is associated with some obesity-related malignancies such as colon cancer and prostate cancer, the aim of this study was to find associated resistin and other biochemical… 
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