Single nucleotide polymorphisms in MDR1 gen correlates with outcome in advanced non-small cell lung cancer patients treated with cisplatin plus vinorelbine

N Viñolas, M Provencio, N Reguart, F Cardenal, V Alberola, torres JM Sanchez, FJ Baron, M Cobo, I Maestu, I Moreno, C Mesia, A Izquierdo, E Felip, Lopez-Brea, A márquez, M Sanchez-Ronco, M Taron, MC Santarpia, R Rosell

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Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)191-198
JournalLung Cancer
Volume71
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2011

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Viñolas, N., Provencio, M., Reguart, N., Cardenal, F., Alberola, V., Sanchez, T. JM., Baron, FJ., Cobo, M., Maestu, I., Moreno, I., Mesia, C., Izquierdo, A., Felip, E., Lopez-Brea, márquez, A., Sanchez-Ronco, M., Taron, M., Santarpia, MC., & Rosell, R. (2011). Single nucleotide polymorphisms in MDR1 gen correlates with outcome in advanced non-small cell lung cancer patients treated with cisplatin plus vinorelbine. Lung Cancer, 71(2), 191-198.