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Type: Artigo
Title: Inborn-like errors of metabolism are determinants of breast cancer risk, clinical response and survival: a study of human biochemical individuality
Author: Silva, Ismael da
Vieira, Rene da Costa
Stella, Carolina
Loturco, Edson
Carvalho, André Lopes
Veo, Carlos
Neto, Cristovam
Silva, Sandra M.
D'Amora, Paulo
Salzgeber, Marcia
Matos, Delcio
Silva, Celso R.
Oliveira, Jose R.
Rabelo, Ia
Abstract: Breast cancer remains a leading cause of morbidity and mortality worldwide yet methods for early detection remain elusive. We describe the discovery and validation of biochemical signatures measured by mass spectrometry, performed upon blood samples from
Subject: Mamas - Câncer - Prognóstico
Câncer - Quimioterapia
Metabolismo
Resposta a estresse
Sobrevivência
Country: Estados Unidos
Editor: Impact Journals
Rights: fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.18632/oncotarget.25839
Address: https://www.oncotarget.com/article/25839/text/
Date Issue: 2018
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