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    To test the association between common TP53 haplotypes and colorectal cancer (CRC) development. A total of 277 CRC patients and 167 healthy volunteers were included in the study. Common TP53 haplotypes were estimated from eight single-nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) (rs1614984, rs77697176, rs12947788, rs1800372, rs2909430, rs1042522, rs17878362 and rs11652704). Stepwise haplotype trend regression showed the haplotype-regressor cccgaRDa as a possible predictive marker. The rare haplotype cccgaRDa was identified in 10 CRC cases and 3 controls. Although it is approximately twice as common in CRC (odds ratio (OR)=2.068; 95% confidence interval (CI)=0.471-9.069), the cccgaRDa haplotype frequency is low in the studied groups. Results of our study suggest that the common TP53 variability is relatively low (only 3 haplotypes occurred above 10%). The haplotype background of TP53 gene is relative stable and despite low haplotype-regressor cccgaRDa frequency it shows to be a possible predictive parameter for CRC development. Copyright© 2017, International Institute of Anticancer Research (Dr. George J. Delinasios), All rights reserved.


    Mária Škereňová, Erika Halašová, Tatiana Matáková, Ľubica Jesenská, Jana Jurečeková, Miroslava Šarlinová, Daniel Čierny, Dušan Dobrota. Low Variability and Stable Frequency of Common Haplotypes of the TP53 Gene Region in Colorectal Cancer Patients in a Slovak Population. Anticancer research. 2017 Apr;37(4):1901-1907

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    PMID: 28373458

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