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Bladder Tumor Subtype Commitment Occurs in Carcinoma In Situ Driven by Key Signaling Pathways Including ECM Remodeling

Wullweber, Adrian ; Strick, Reiner ; Lange, Fabienne ; Sikic, Danijel ; Taubert, Helge ; Wach, Sven ; Wullich, Bernd ; Bertz, Simone ; Weyerer, Veronika ; Stoehr, Robert ; Breyer, Johannes ; Burger, Maximilian ; Hartmann, Arndt ; Strissel, Pamela L. ; Eckstein, Markus


Basal and luminal subtypes of invasive bladder tumors have significant prognostic and predictive impacts for patients. However, it remains unclear whether tumor subtype commitment occurs in noninvasive urothelial lesions or in carcinoma in situ (CIS) and which gene pathways are important for bladder tumor progression. To understand the timing of this commitment, we used gene expression and ...


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