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  1. ... for normal functioning of the cells in the stomach that produce digestive acids. At least 22 mutations ... delay), progressive vision loss, and impaired secretion of stomach acid (achlorhydia) in people with mucolipidosis type IV. ...
  2. ... in the gastrointestinal tract, most commonly in the stomach or small intestine. The majority of GISTs associated ... mutation in the PDGFRA gene occur in the stomach. In most cases, the genetic changes are acquired ...
  3. ... a 56 to 70 percent chance of developing stomach (gastric) cancer in their lifetimes. Women with these ... the likelihood that cancer cells will invade the stomach wall and small clusters of cancer cells will ...
  4. ... different types of tumors, including colon, rectal, lung, stomach, prostate, breast, and thyroid tumors. RECQ3 RECQL2 RECQL3 ...
  5. ... tumors, including cancers of the colon and rectum, stomach, breast, and pancreas. Studies suggest that EP300 mutations ...
  6. ... in the development of a small percentage of stomach (gastric) cancers. adenomatous polyposis coli APC_HUMAN DP2 ...
  7. ... protein is also produced in the kidney, lung, stomach, and intestine.The KCNQ1 protein interacts with proteins ...
  8. ... studies have shown that cancers of the breast, stomach, bladder, pancreas, lung, and ovaries occur more frequently ...
  9. ... line the internal organs, including the blood vessels, stomach, and intestines. Within smooth muscle cells, smooth muscle ...
  10. ... polymorphisms include proton pump inhibitors, used to treat stomach ulcers and other conditions; antidepressants, used to treat ...
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