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|Query Trace: Colorectal Neoplasms and STAT1[original query]|
| JAK/STAT/SOCS-signaling pathway and colon and rectal cancer.
Molecular carcinogenesis 2011 Nov .
Slattery ML, Lundgreen A, Kadlubar SA, Bondurant KL, Wolff RK
| Integrated transcriptional profiling and genomic analyses reveal RPN2 and HMGB1 as promising biomarkers in colorectal cancer.
Cell & bioscience 2015 5 53.
Zhang Jialing, Yan Bin, Späth Stephan Stanislaw, Qun Hu, Cornelius Shaleeka, Guan Daogang, Shao Jiaofang, Hagiwara Koichi, Van Waes Carter, Chen Zhong, Su Xiulan, Bi Yong
| FAS rs2234767 and rs1800682 polymorphisms jointly contributed to risk of colorectal cancer by affecting SP1/STAT1 complex recruitment to chromatin.
Scientific reports 2016 Jan 6 19229.
Wang Shizhi, Wu Shenshen, Meng Qingtao, Li Xiaobo, Zhang Jinchun, Chen Rui, Wang Meil
| KRAS Mutation and Consensus Molecular Subtypes 2 and 3 Are Independently Associated with Reduced Immune Infiltration and Reactivity in Colorectal Cancer.
Clinical cancer research : an official journal of the American Association for Cancer Research 2018 01 24 (1): 224-233.
Lal Neeraj, White Brian S, Goussous Ghaleb, Pickles Oliver, Mason Mike J, Beggs Andrew D, Taniere Philippe, Willcox Benjamin E, Guinney Justin, Middleton Gary
| IFN/STAT signaling controls tumorigenesis and the drug response in colorectal cancer.
Cancer science 2019 2 110 (4): 1293-1305.
Sakahara Mizuho, Okamoto Takuya, Oyanagi Jun, Takano Hiroshi, Natsume Yasuko, Yamanaka Hitomi, Kusama Daisuke, Fusejima Mishio, Tanaka Norio, Mori Seiich, Kawachi Hiroshi, Ueno Masashi, Sakai Yoshiharu, Noda Tetsuo, Nagayama Satoshi, Yao Ryo
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