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| Cumulative Evidence for Associations between Genetic Variants and Risk of Esophageal Cancer.
Cancer epidemiology, biomarkers & prevention : a publication of the American Association for Cancer Research, cosponsored by the American Society of Preventive Oncology 2020 Jan .
Li Gaoming, Song Qiuyue, Jiang Yuxing, Cai Angsong, Tang Yong, Tang Ning, Yi Dali, Zhang Rui, Wei Zeliang, Liu Dingxin, Chen Jia, Zhang Yanqi, Liu Ling, Wu Yazhou, Zhang Ben, Yi Do
| Genetic variants at 6p21, 10q23, 16q21 and 22q12 are associated with esophageal cancer risk in a Chinese Han population.
International journal of clinical and experimental medicine 2015 8 (10): 19381-7.
Jia Xiaobin, Liu Peng, Zhang Mingxia, Feng Tian, Tang Hongtao, Tang Zhigang, Zhao Huaqian, Jin Tian
| Genetic variants in DNA repair pathway genes and risk of esophageal squamous cell carcinoma and gastric adenocarcinoma in a Chinese population.
Carcinogenesis 2013 Jul 34 (7): 1536-42.
Li Wen-Qing, Hu Nan, Hyland Paula L, Gao Ying, Wang Zhao-Ming, Yu Kai, Su Hua, Wang Chao-Yu, Wang Le-Min, Chanock Stephen J, Burdett Laurie, Ding Ti, Qiao You-Lin, Fan Jin-Hu, Wang Yuan, Xu Yi, Shi Jian-Xin, Gu Fangyi, Wheeler William, Xiong Xiao-Qin, Giffen Carol, Tucker Margaret A, Dawsey Sanford M, Freedman Neal D, Abnet Christian C, Goldstein Alisa M, Taylor Philip
| Variant allele of CHEK2 is associated with a decreased risk of esophageal cancer lymph node metastasis in a Chinese population.
Molecular biology reports 2011 Dec .
Gu H, Qiu W, Wan Y, Ding G, Tang W, Liu C, Shi Y, Chen Y, Chen S