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REG1A and its receptor EXTL3 signal the recurrence of colorectal cancer

CHICAGO – The over expression of two genes, REG1A and EXTL3 in the patients with colorectal tumors enhance the risk of recurrence, according to a new study from the Max Delbrueck Center in Berlin, Germany.// ....In this study, REG1A expression was also significantly higher in surgical biopsies taken from pre-cancerous colon polyps, or adenomas. .."The findings suggest that the two genes are s...
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