Published in Cancer Weekly, August 4th, 2009
"Hypermethylation at APC, GSTP1, PTGS2, p14(ARF), p16(INK) and PASSF1A was analyzed using real-time polymerase chain reaction following methylation sensitive restriction endonuclease treatment in 73 patients with testicular cancer and 35 healthy individuals. Hypermethylation was more common in patients with testicular cancer than in healthy individuals, including APC 57% and 6%, p16(INK) 53% and 17%, p14(ARF) 53% and 0%, RASSF1A 47% and 0%, PTGS2 45% and 0%, and GSTP1 25% and 0%,...
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