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As a result, characterizing the proteomics signature of UM-CLL and M-CLL has the potential to improve our understanding of the molecular variabilities between the 2 forms of the disease and highlight potential prognostic markers and therapeutic targets.
Tumor budding is a strong and reproducible prognostic marker in T3N0 colorectal cancer.
Other parameters including bilirubin and international normalized ratio (INR) are treated as prognostic markers in clinical practice as well.
Voutsadakis, "Thrombocytosis as a prognostic marker in gastrointestinal cancers," World Journal of Gastrointestinal Oncology, vol.
Muller, "Mid-regional pro-adrenomedullin as a prognostic marker in sepsis: an observational study," Critical Care, vol.
Notwithstanding the benefits provided by the AMLprofiler, the absence on this microarray of mutations in the FLT3 gene, which is a crucial prognostic marker for AML, is a significant limitation.
It is considered an important prognostic marker and a predictor for metastases' formation [98].
Subsequently, an international Ki-67 in breast cancer working group was set up in 2010 to examine the value of Ki-67 as a reproducible prognostic marker and to address the problems of methodology.
We believe that the candidate prognostic marker should be checked to distinguish malignant from benign SFTs.