Non Muscle Invasive Bladder Transitional Cancer (NMIBC) and Muscle Invasive Bladder Transitional Cancer (MIBC)/invasive have different gene profile and clinical course. NMIBC prognosis is not completely predictable, since the relapse rate is higher than 20%, even in the form of MIBC. The aim of this study is to evaluate if UTR expression can discriminate between NMIBC and MIBC and predict the risk of relapses in NMIBCs.

Franco, R., Zappavigna, S., Gigantino, V., Luce, A., Cantile, M., Cerrone, M., Facchini, G., Perdonà, S., Pignata, S., Di Lorenzo, G., Chieffi, S., Vitale, G., De Sio, M., Sgambato, A., Botti, G., Yousif, A., Novellino, E., Grieco, P., Caraglia, M., Urotensin II receptor determines prognosis of bladder cancer regulating cell motility/invasion, <<JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL & CLINICAL CANCER RESEARCH>>, 2014; 33 (1): N/A-N/A. [doi:10.1186/1756-9966-33-48] [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/125995]

Urotensin II receptor determines prognosis of bladder cancer regulating cell motility/invasion

Sgambato, Alessandro;
2014

Abstract

Non Muscle Invasive Bladder Transitional Cancer (NMIBC) and Muscle Invasive Bladder Transitional Cancer (MIBC)/invasive have different gene profile and clinical course. NMIBC prognosis is not completely predictable, since the relapse rate is higher than 20%, even in the form of MIBC. The aim of this study is to evaluate if UTR expression can discriminate between NMIBC and MIBC and predict the risk of relapses in NMIBCs.
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Franco, R., Zappavigna, S., Gigantino, V., Luce, A., Cantile, M., Cerrone, M., Facchini, G., Perdonà, S., Pignata, S., Di Lorenzo, G., Chieffi, S., Vitale, G., De Sio, M., Sgambato, A., Botti, G., Yousif, A., Novellino, E., Grieco, P., Caraglia, M., Urotensin II receptor determines prognosis of bladder cancer regulating cell motility/invasion, <<JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL & CLINICAL CANCER RESEARCH>>, 2014; 33 (1): N/A-N/A. [doi:10.1186/1756-9966-33-48] [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/125995]
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