The aim of the present work was to evaluate the prognostic significance in patients with T1 breast cancer of tissue expression of the two oncosuppressors phosphatase and tensin homolog (PTEN) and non-metastatic clone 23 (NM23) as detected by immunohistochemistry.

Correlation between onco-suppressors PTEN and NM23 and clinical outcome in patients with T1 breast cancer / Izzo, Luciano; Messineo, Daniela; DI Cello, Pierfrancesco; Nicolanti, Virgilio; Sterpetti, Antonio; Izzo, Sara; Izzo, Paolo. - In: IN VIVO. - ISSN 0258-851X. - 35:1(2021), pp. 169-174. [10.21873/invivo.12245]

Correlation between onco-suppressors PTEN and NM23 and clinical outcome in patients with T1 breast cancer

Izzo, Luciano
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Messineo, Daniela
Secondo
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DI Cello, Pierfrancesco;Nicolanti, Virgilio;Sterpetti, Antonio;Izzo, Sara
Penultimo
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2021

Abstract

The aim of the present work was to evaluate the prognostic significance in patients with T1 breast cancer of tissue expression of the two oncosuppressors phosphatase and tensin homolog (PTEN) and non-metastatic clone 23 (NM23) as detected by immunohistochemistry.
2021
HER2; NM23; PTEN; breast cancer
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Correlation between onco-suppressors PTEN and NM23 and clinical outcome in patients with T1 breast cancer / Izzo, Luciano; Messineo, Daniela; DI Cello, Pierfrancesco; Nicolanti, Virgilio; Sterpetti, Antonio; Izzo, Sara; Izzo, Paolo. - In: IN VIVO. - ISSN 0258-851X. - 35:1(2021), pp. 169-174. [10.21873/invivo.12245]
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