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July-September  2016   | Vol 53 | Issue 3
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Original Article
Epidermal growth factor receptor expression in gastric tumors and its relationship with the germline polymorphisms − 216 G>T, −191 C>A, (CA) n IVS1, and R521K
JH Torres-Jasso, AR Bustos-Carpinteyro, JR Garcia-Gonzalez, J Peregrina-Sandoval, JA Cruz-Ramos, E Santiago-Luna, JY Sanchez-Lopez
BACKGROUND: Gastric cancer (GC) is the third worldwide leading cause of cancer-related death affecting both sexes. The aberrant expression of epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR) gene...
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Applicability of a single 5 color cytoplasmic markers tube as primary panel for immunophenotyping of acute leukemia: A Gujarat Cancer and Research Institute experience
BP Parikh, SP Patel, BN Raiya, HH Vora, DH Jetly
INTRODUCTION: Flow cytometry is highly sensitive for detection and quantitative analysis of surface and intracellular antigens in malignant hemopoietic cells. Immunophenotyping is a routine pra...
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Indian Journal of Cancer Indian Journal of Cancer (ISSN 0019-509X), the show window of the progress of ontological sciences in India, was established in 1963. Indian Journal of Cancer is the first and only periodical serving the needs of all the specialties of oncology in India. Its international repute is recognized by its indexing with most bibliographic databases including MEDLINE, Index Medicus, EMBASE and Biological Abstracts.

The readership has expanded beyond the boundaries of thecountry. Apart from journal's

own website, the internet issue of the journal has been made available with collaboration with Bioline International, Canada. The journal's content from www.bioline.org.br/cn  attracts more than 5000 visitors per month, from all over the world. The journal utilizes most advanced tools for its management including an electronic system for manuscript submission and review.  More >>
 
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