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Higher methylation levels in gastric mucosae significantly correlate with higher risk of gastric cancers
Nakajima T, et al. Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev 2006. Among authors: Maekita T. PMID 17119066
Furthermore, the FLNc methylation level of M cases was significantly higher than that of S cases (P < 0.01, t test). Even adjusted by the extent of gastric atrophy, the FLNc methylation level retained a significant increasing trend (P = 0.03). ...

Furthermore, the FLNc methylation level of M cases was significantly higher than that of S cases (P < 0.01, t test). Even adjusted

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