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Series GSE85105 Query DataSets for GSE85105
Status Public on Jul 15, 2019
Title miRNA Biomarker candidates fo the detection of endometrial atypical hyperplasia
Platform organism synthetic construct
Sample organism Homo sapiens
Experiment type Non-coding RNA profiling by array
Summary in the current study we identified a miRNAs signature able to discriminate between typical and atypical endometrial hyperplasia
the identification of molecular marker that can differentiate between these two distinct pathological conditions is highly considered to be useful for the clinical management of the patients, owing to the fact that hyperplasia with atypical change is associated with higher risk of develop cancer.
 
Overall design typical and atypical endometrial hyperplasia were micro or macrodissecate from Formalin fixed paraffine tissue
 
Contributor(s) Annibali V, Giglio S, Volinia S
Citation(s) 31293968
Submission date Aug 02, 2016
Last update date Jul 17, 2019
Contact name simona giglio
E-mail(s) simona.giglio@uniroma1.it
Organization name Sapienza university
Department clinical and molecolar medicine
Street address via di grottarossa
City rome
State/province rome
ZIP/Postal code 00189
Country Italy
 
Platforms (1)
GPL14613 [miRNA-2] Affymetrix Multispecies miRNA-2 Array
Samples (42)
GSM2257774 typical endometrial hyperplasia_rep1
GSM2257775 atypical endìometrial hyperplasia_rep1
GSM2257776 atypical endìometrial hyperplasia_rep2
Relations
BioProject PRJNA336183

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