Cooverexpression of Erbb1 and Erbb4 receptors predicts poor clinical outcome in pN+ oral squamous cell carcinoma with extranodal spread

Cooverexpression of Erbb1 and Erbb4 receptors predicts poor clinical outcome in pN+ oral squamous cell carcinoma with extranodal spread

S.D. Silva, M.A. Alaoui-Jamali, M. Hier, F.A. Soares, E. Graner, L.P. Kowalski

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Overexpression of members of the ErbB receptor family is common in oral squamous cell carcinomas (OSCC); however, their prognostic value for aggressive OSCC has been debated. Extranodal spread to cervical lymph nodes is the most significant prognostic ind

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Cooverexpression of Erbb1 and Erbb4 receptors predicts poor clinical outcome in pN+ oral squamous cell carcinoma with extranodal spread

S.D. Silva, M.A. Alaoui-Jamali, M. Hier, F.A. Soares, E. Graner, L.P. Kowalski


										

Cooverexpression of Erbb1 and Erbb4 receptors predicts poor clinical outcome in pN+ oral squamous cell carcinoma with extranodal spread

S.D. Silva, M.A. Alaoui-Jamali, M. Hier, F.A. Soares, E. Graner, L.P. Kowalski

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    Clinical and experimental metastasis

    Vol. 31, no. 3 (Mar., 2014), p. 307-316