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- Roychowdhury, Anirban, et al. Show all 12 Authors
- Biochimica et biophysica acta 2017 v.1861 no.1 pp. 2899-2911
- DNA repair; biochemical pathways; data collection; gene overexpression; genes; loci; microarray technology; patients; prognosis; proteins; squamous cell carcinoma; women
- ... CSCC is one of the most common cancer affecting women globally. Though it is caused by the infection of hrHPV but long latency period for malignant outcome in only a subset of hrHPV infected women indicates involvement of additional alterations, primarily CNVs. Here, we showed how CNVs played a crucial role in development of advanced tumors (stage III/IV) in Indian patients.Initially, high-resolut ...