Since HCV infection may lead to hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) and vitamin D (deficiency) is related to cancer, we investigated if SNPs in genes involved in vitamin D pathway could predict HCV-related HCC presence in patients treated with new anti-HCV drugs.

Vitamin D pathway gene polymorphisms and hepatocellular carcinoma in chronic hepatitis C-affected patients treated with new drugs

Cusato, Jessica
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Boglione, Lucio;De Nicolò, Amedeo;Favata, Fabio;Ariaudo, Alessandra;Mornese Pinna, Simone;Avataneo, Valeria;Carcieri, Chiara;Di Perri, Giovanni;D'Avolio, Antonio
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2018

Abstract

Since HCV infection may lead to hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) and vitamin D (deficiency) is related to cancer, we investigated if SNPs in genes involved in vitamin D pathway could predict HCV-related HCC presence in patients treated with new anti-HCV drugs.
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Hepatocellular carcinoma; Pharmacogenetics; SNP; Sofosbuvir; VDR; Viral hepatitis; Vitamin D
Cusato, Jessica; Boglione, Lucio; De Nicolò, Amedeo; Favata, Fabio; Ariaudo, Alessandra; Mornese Pinna, Simone; Guido, Federica; Avataneo, Valeria; Cantù, Marco; Carcieri, Chiara; Cariti, Giuseppe; Di Perri, Giovanni; D'Avolio, Antonio
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