Alterations of transforming growth factor-beta 1 receptor type II occur in ulcerative colitis-associated carcinomas, sporadic colorectal neoplasms, and esophageal carcinomas, but not in gastric neoplasms.

R. F. Souza, L. Garrigue-Antar, J. Lei, J. Yin, R. Appel, V. F. Vellucci, T. T. Zou, X. Zhou, S. Wang, M. G. Rhyu, K. Cymes, O. Chan, W. S. Park, M. J. Krasna, B. D. Greenwald, J. Cottrell, J. M. Abraham, L. Simms, B. Leggett, J. YoungN. Harpaz, M. Reiss, S. J. Meltzer

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