Last Posted: Aug 18, 2020
- An autophagy-related model of 4 key genes for predicting prognosis of patients with laryngeal cancer.
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- A six-gene expression signature related to angiolymphatic invasion is associated with poor survival in laryngeal squamous cell carcinoma.
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- Five genes as a novel signature for predicting the prognosis of patients with laryngeal cancer.
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- Long Non-coding RNAs as Important Biomarkers in Laryngeal Cancer and Other Head and Neck Tumours.
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- Machine learning and its potential applications to the genomic study of head and neck cancer - a systematic review.
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