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MicroRNA-124 rs531564 Polymorphism and Cancer Risk: A Meta-analysis
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MicroRNA-124 rs531564 Polymorphism and Cancer Risk: A Meta-analysis
Li, Wen-Jing; Wang, Yong; Gong, Yu; Tu, Chao; Feng, Tong-Bao; Qi, Chun-Jian;
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 Abstract
Several studies reported there was a polymorphism (rs531564 C > G) in miR-124 gene. To investigate the MiR-124 rs531564 polymorphism and cancer risk. We conducted a literature search of the Medline, Embase and Wangfang Medicine databases to identify all relevant studies for this meta-analysis. We determined that the miR-124 rs531564 polymorphism was significantly associated with decreased risks of cancers in the allelic model (G vs C, OR
 Keywords
miR-124;rs531564;polymorphism;cancer risk;meta-analysis;
 Language
English
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