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Figure 1. From: JC Virus T-Antigen in Colorectal Cancer Is Associated with p53 Expression and Chromosomal Instability, Independent of CpG Island Methylator Phenotype.

JC virus T-antigen expression in colorectal cancer. (A) No overexpression of JCVT in cancer cells (arrows). (B) Overexpression of JCVT in nuclei of cancer cells (block arrows).

Katsuhiko Nosho, et al. Neoplasia. 2009 January;11(1):87-95.
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Figure 2. From: JC Virus T-Antigen in Colorectal Cancer Is Associated with p53 Expression and Chromosomal Instability, Independent of CpG Island Methylator Phenotype.

Hypothetical relations with JCVT expression in colorectal cancer. The thick lines with p53 and CIN imply the particularly tight relations with JCVT. Data are based on this current study and references [25,26,29,30,42].

Katsuhiko Nosho, et al. Neoplasia. 2009 January;11(1):87-95.

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