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GSE120691: Differential analysis of gene expression profiles in peripheral blood cells of patients with cervical lesions

Bulk RNA sequencing

Using RNA-sequencing analysis of peripheral blood cells from 11 cervical cancer patients, 21 cervical intraepithelial neoplasia patients and 19 healthy controls, we identified a group of differentially expressed genes. A real time quantitative reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction (qRT-PCR) was applied to the validation of candidate markers in the blood of 115 patients and 46 healthy controls. The results suggest that a six-gene predictor set (GZMB, NDUFA1, GPR84, NUAK1, AGAP1 and CIR1) can be used as candidate genes for the detection of cervical cancer. SOURCE: Yong Shao ( - Beijing Institute of Radiation Medicine

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