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Publication Listing for the MeSH term Human Chromosomes-Pair 9. Found 6 abstracts

Subhi AL, Tang B, Balsara BR, Altomare DA, Testa JR, Cooper HS, Hoffman JP, Meropol NJ, Kruger WD. Loss of methylthioadenosine phosphorylase and elevated ornithine decarboxylase is common in pancreatic cancer. Clinical Cancer Research. 2004 Nov;10(21):7290-6.
Chow NH, Cairns P, Eisenberger CF, Schoenberg MP, Taylor DC, Epstein JI, Sidransky D. Papillary urothelial hyperplasia is a clonal precursor to papillary transitional cell bladder cancer. International journal of cancer. 2000 Nov 20;89(6):514-8.
Taguchi T, Cheng GZ, Bell DW, Balsara B, Liu Z, Siegfried JM, Testa JR. Combined chromosome microdissection and comparative genomic hybridization detect multiple sites of amplification DNA in a human lung carcinoma cell line. Genes Chromosomes Cancer. 1997 Oct;20(2):208-12.
Wu Y, Barnabas N, Russo IH, Yang X, Russo J. Microsatellite instability and loss of heterozygosity in chromosomes 9 and 16 in human breast epithelial cells transformed by chemical carcinogens. Carcinogenesis. 1997 May;18(5):1069-74.
Jin Quan C, Jhanwar SC, You Yong L, Testa JR. Homozygous deletions within 9p21-p22 identify a small critical region of chromosomal loss in human malignant mesotheliomas. Cancer Research. 1993 Jan;53(20):4761-3.
Taguchi T, Jhanwar SC, Siegfried JM, Keller SM, Testa JR. Recurrent deletions of specific chromosomal sites in 1p, 3p, 6q, and 9p in human malignant mesothelioma. Cancer Research. 1993 Jan;53(18):4349-55.
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MeSH cloud from publications including the MeSH term Human Chromosomes-Pair 9

Human Chromosomes-Pair 9 genetics Human US Gov't Support-PHS Fluorescence In Situ Hybridization Chromosome Deletion Chromosome Mapping Non-US Gov't Support Neoplasm DNA Microsatellite Repeats DNA Repair Local Neoplasm Recurrence pathology ph [Physiology] Neoplastic Cell Transformation Apoptosis Human Chromosomes-Pair 3 Human Chromosomes-Pair 1 Hyperplasia Non-Small-Cell Lung Carcinoma ch [Chemistry] Chromosome Banding Mice Neoplasm Transplantation Protein p16 EC 2-4-2-28 (5'-methylthioadenosine phosphorylase) DNA EC 4-1-1-17 (Ornithine Decarboxylase) Southern Blotting Carcinogens Ornithine Decarboxylase Gene Deletion SCID Mice Bladder Neoplasms Nucleic Acid Repetitive Sequences Pancreatic Neoplasms Polymerase Chain Reaction Lung Neoplasms bi [Biosynthesis] Precancerous Conditions Tumor Cell Line Clone Cells Neuroendocrine Tumors Loss of Heterozygosity en [Enzymology] Biological Models Heterozygote Papilloma pa [Pathology] malignant mesothelioma Homozygote 0 (Polyamines) 9007-49-2 (dna) Bladder Purine-Nucleoside Phosphorylase drug effects cytology Gene Amplification analysis ultrastructure Western Blotting Human Chromosomes-Pair 7 myc Genes Human Chromosomes-Pair 8 Adenocarcinoma Animal EC 2-4-2-1 (Purine-Nucleoside Phosphorylase) ge [Genetics] me [Metabolism] Human Chromosomes-Pair 6 Female mesothelioma US Gov't Support-Non-PHS Breast Cultured Tumor Cells Human Chromosomes-Pair 10 Disease Progression Human Chromosomes-Pair 16 Squamous Cell Neoplasms chromosome deletion 0 (Protein p16) Transitional Cell Carcinoma Epidermal Growth Factor Polyamines Non-US Gov't Research Support Breast Neoplasms Sequence Deletion
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