Richard B. Moss

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  • CYSTIC-FIBROSIS AND NEURO-BLASTOMA PEDIATRICS Moss, R. B., BLESSINGMOORE, J., Bender, S. W., Weibel, A. 1985; 76 (5): 814-817

    Abstract:

    Two cases of coexistent cystic fibrosis and infantile thoracic neuroblastoma are presented. In one patient, neuroblastoma was congenital, and diagnosis of cystic fibrosis was made at 3 months of age; in the other, the diagnosis of cystic fibrosis was made at 7 months of age, preceding that of neuroblastoma by 4 months. In both infants, surgical resection of the tumors have been successful. Recent advances in the genetic aspects of neuroblastoma, including translocation and activation of the oncogene N-myc, are discussed. Current recombinant DNA technology, which can identify translocation of N-myc and allow localization of the cystic fibrosis gene if the translocation occurs near the cystic fibrosis allele, is being applied to these cases.

    View details for Web of Science ID A1985ATR5200017

    View details for PubMedID 4058992

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