Colorectal cancer genetic susceptibility variants identified
Posted in the Colon Cancer Forum
#1 Aug 4, 2011
Researchers from University of Barcelona (Spain) have identified two possible SNPs involved in colorectal cancer. According to this study, rs1444601 (TOPBP1) and rs13088006 (CDV3) in region 3q22 may modulate colorectal cancer risk.
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