Klinische und molekulargenetische Charakterisierung von Phäochromozytomen und Paragangliomen

Phäochromozytome können sporadisch oder im Rahmen von hereditären Syndromen mit Mutationen verschiedener Gene vorkommen. Solche Mutationen wurden auf dem RET-Gen für das MEN 2-Syndrom, auf dem VHL-Gen für das VHL-Syndrom, auf dem NF1-Gen für das NF1-Syndrom, sowie im Bereich des SDHB-, SDHC- und SDH...

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Main Author: Galan, Raluca Simona
Contributors: Kann, Peter H. (Prof. Dr. Dr. ) (Thesis advisor)
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Published: Philipps-Universität Marburg 2012
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