miR-19 in blood plasma reflects lung cancer occurrence but is not specifically associated with radon exposure.

@article{Bulgakova2018miR19IB,
  title={miR-19 in blood plasma reflects lung cancer occurrence but is not specifically associated with radon exposure.},
  author={Olga V. Bulgakova and Dinara Zhabayeva and Assiya Kussainova and Alessandra Pulliero and Alberto Izzotti and Rakhmetkazhi I. Bersimbaev},
  journal={Oncology letters},
  year={2018},
  volume={15 6},
  pages={
          8816-8824
        }
}
Radon is one of the most powerful carcinogens, particularly in terms of lung cancer onset and development. miRNAs may be considered not only as markers of the ongoing tumorigenesis but also as a hallmark of exposure to radiation, including radon and its progeny. Therefore, the purpose of the present study was to estimate the value of plasma miR-19b-3p level as the prospective marker of the response to radon exposure in lung cancer pathogenesis. A total of 136 subjects were examined, including… CONTINUE READING

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