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    • Role of DNA methylation and epigenetic silencing of HAND2 in endometrial cancer development 

      Jones, Allison; Teschendorff, Andrew E.; Li, Quanxi; Hayward, Jane D.; Kannan, Athilakshmi; Mould, Tim; West, James; Zikan, Michal; Cibula, David; Fiegl, Heidi; Lee, Shih-Han; Wik, Elisabeth; Hadwin, Richard; Arora, Rupali; Lemech, Charlotte; Turunen, Henna; Pakarinen, Päivi; Jacobs, Ian J.; Salvesen, Helga Birgitte; Bagchi, Milan K.; Bagchi, Indrani C.; Widschwendter, Martin (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2013-11-12)
      Background: Endometrial cancer incidence is continuing to rise in the wake of the current ageing and obesity epidemics. Much of the risk for endometrial cancer development is influenced by the environment and lifestyle. ...
    • Stathmin expression associates with vascular and immune responses in aggressive breast cancer subgroups 

      Askeland, Cecilie; Wik, Elisabeth; Finne, Kenneth; Birkeland, Even; Arnes, Jarle; Collett, Karin; Knutsvik, Gøril; Krüger, Kristi; Davidsen, Benedicte; Aas, Turid; Eide, Geir Egil; Stefansson, Ingunn; Foulkes, William; Akslen, Lars A. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
      Studies indicate that stathmin expression associates with PI3K activation in breast cancer, suggesting stathmin as a marker for targetable patient subgroups. Here we assessed stathmin in relation to tumour proliferation, ...
    • Stathmin Protein Level, a Potential Predictive Marker for Taxane Treatment Response in Endometrial Cancer 

      Werner, Henrica Maria Johanna; Trovik, Jone; Halle, Mari Kyllesø; Wik, Elisabeth; Akslen, Lars A.; Birkeland, Even; Bredholt, Therese; Tangen, Ingvild Løberg; Krakstad, Camilla; Salvesen, Helga Birgitte (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2014-02-25)
      Stathmin is a prognostic marker in many cancers, including endometrial cancer. Preclinical studies, predominantly in breast cancer, have suggested that stathmin may additionally be a predictive marker for response to ...
    • Tumor-associated lymphocytes and macrophages are related to stromal elastosis and vascular invasion in breast cancer 

      Chen, Ying; Klingen, Tor Audun; Aas, Hans; Wik, Elisabeth; Akslen, Lars Andreas (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
      The tumor microenvironment plays a critical role in breast cancer progression. Here, we investigated tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes (TILs) and associations with macrophage numbers, tumor stromal elastosis, vascular invasion, ...