Shorter GGN Repeats in Androgen Receptor Gene Would Not Increase the Risk of Prostate Cancer.

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The association between the polymorphic GGN repeat in androgen receptor gene and prostate cancer susceptibility has been studied extensively. But the results of these polymorphisms with prostate cancer risk remain inconclusive. Previous meta-analysis showed short GGN repeats (≤16 repeats) had high risks for prostate cancer compared with longer GGN repeats… (More)
DOI: 10.1177/1533034616673272

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@article{Li2017ShorterGR, title={Shorter GGN Repeats in Androgen Receptor Gene Would Not Increase the Risk of Prostate Cancer.}, author={Jiatong Li and Feifan Xiao and Yuening Zhang and Aihua Lan and Qian Song and Ruoheng Zhang and Kailong Gu and Ping Chen and Zhuo Li and Xinhua Zhang and Xiaoli Yang}, journal={Technology in cancer research & treatment}, year={2017}, volume={16 2}, pages={159-166} }