Microarray gene expression profiling and analysis of bladder cancer supports the sub-classification of T1 tumours into T1a and T1b stages
Article first published online: 31 OCT 2013
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Volume 113, Issue 2, pages 333–342, February 2014
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Descotes, F., Dessen, P., Bringuier, P. P., Decaussin, M., Martin, P. M., Adams, M., Villers, A., Lechevallier, E., Rebillard, X., Rodriguez-Lafrasse, C., Devonec, M., Paparel, P., Perrin, P., Lazar, V. and Ruffion, A. (2014), Microarray gene expression profiling and analysis of bladder cancer supports the sub-classification of T1 tumours into T1a and T1b stages. BJU International, 113: 333–342. doi: 10.1111/bju.12364
- Issue published online: 13 JAN 2014
- Article first published online: 31 OCT 2013
- Accepted manuscript online: 12 JUL 2013 05:07AM EST
- French Ministry of Health
Table S1 The Ingenuity Pathways Analysis showed three groups of genes defined by their function in the cell: (i) cell cycle genes overexpressed in muscle-invasive (MI) stages, (ii) overexpressed genes of immunological signal in MI stages and (iii) the genes involved in xenobiotic metabolism that they are under-expressed in MI stages.
Table S2 The Ingenuity Pathways Analysis showed 4 subsets of genes based on their role in the cell: (i) the cell cycle genes overexpressed in the high-grade cluster, (ii) the overexpressed immunological signal genes in the high-grade cluster, (iii) the overexpressed genes involved in cell development in the high-grade cluster, and (iv) the genes involved in xenobiotic metabolism that they were under-expressed in the high-grade cluster.
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