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Szabó et al.: CGH analysis of adrenocortical tumors
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Szabó PM, Tamasi V, Molnár V, Andrásfalvy M, Tömböl Z, Farkas R, Kövesdi K, Patócs A, Falus A, Rácz K, Igaz P.
Adrenocortical tumors are common; their prevalence may reach up to 5-7% in pathological series. Most of them are benign and hormonally inactive, however, rare hormone-secreting (aldosterone and cortisol) and malignant forms are associated with significant morbidity and mortality. The prognosis of adrenocortical cancer (ACC) is poor with an overall five-year survival below 30 %.
In this study, CGH analysis was performed on 4 ACC (adrenocortical carcinoma), 4 IA (hormonally inactive adrenocortical adenoma) and 3 CPA (cortisol producing adrenocortical adenoma) samples. Tissue digestion, labeling, hybridization and data analysis of genomic DNA were performed according to the Agilent Technologies (Santa Clara, CA) protocol version 2.0 for 105 K arrays.
As expected, many of the observed aberrations were generally consistent with those of other preciously published data and will provide the basis for determination how genomic diversity impacts biological function and human diseases, such as cancer.
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GSE17396: CGH analysis of adrenocortical tumors
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