Genetic polymorphism and prostate cancer aggressiveness: A case-only study of 1,536 GWAS and candidate SNPs in African-Americans and European-Americans
The Prostate, 05/04/2012Bensen JT et al.
Some replicated genome–wide association study susceptibility single nucleotide polymorphisms may play a role in prostate cancer aggressiveness. However, like susceptibility, these associations are not consistent between racial groups.
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