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BACKGROUND: Although the development of novel diagnostic and treatment strategies concerning laryngeal cancer is highly intensive, the survival rate remains virtually unchanged. Small non-coding RNAs appear to be very promising biomarkers -and so remain the focus of extensive investigation in laryngeal cancer. OBJECTIVE: We examined the expression of five miRNA and five genes related to cancer whether they could be potential laryngeal cancer biomarkers. METHODS: We performed an analysis in 47doi:10.3233/cbm-160598 pmid:27002759 fatcat:ltnbz2zwjngc7ktqyjonnc7a2u