Transcriptional profiling enables molecular classification of adrenocortical tumours.

  title={Transcriptional profiling enables molecular classification of adrenocortical tumours.},
  author={Cecilia Laurell and David Vel{\'a}zquez-Fern{\'a}ndez and Kristina Lindsten and Christofer C Juhlin and Ulla Enberg and Janos Geli and Anders H{\"o}{\"o}g and Magnus Kjellman and Joakim Lundeberg and Bertil Hamberger and Catharina Larsson and Peter Nilsson and Martin B{\"a}ckdahl},
  journal={European journal of endocrinology},
  volume={161 1},
OBJECTIVE Tumours in the adrenocortex are common human tumours. Malignancy is however, rare, the yearly incidence being 0.5-2 per million inhabitants, but associated with a very aggressive behaviour. Adrenocortical tumours are often associated with altered hormone production with a variety of clinical symptoms. The aggressiveness of carcinomas together with the high frequency of adenomas calls for a deeper understanding of the underlying biological mechanisms and an improvement of the… CONTINUE READING


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