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OriginalArticle cKIT Mutations in GISTs and Other Malignancies in Thailand
Siriraj Med J
Objective: 1) To further identify tumors other than GISTs; 2) To study cKIT gene mutation for proper Imatinib treatment. Methods: Fresh tumor tissue samples were obtained from: 2 tissue samples of GISTs; 1 parotid cancer; 1 soft tissue sarcoma; 1 chondrosarcoma; 1 liposarcoma and 1 pure seminoma. The fresh tissues were divided into two portions: one for histopathological diagnosis and cKIT protein study, the other for DNA extraction and cKIT gene mutation study. Results: The authors describedfatcat:inmi2xepyzhgzdgklpptseqw4e