Table_4_Multi-Omics Analysis in Initiation and Progression of Meningiomas: From Pathogenesis to Diagnosis.XLSX (13.16 kB)

Table_4_Multi-Omics Analysis in Initiation and Progression of Meningiomas: From Pathogenesis to Diagnosis.XLSX

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posted on 28.08.2020, 04:39 by Jiachen Liu, Congcong Xia, Gaiqing Wang

Meningiomas are common intracranial tumors that can be cured by surgical resection in most cases. However, the most disconcerting is high-grade meningiomas, which frequently recur despite initial successful treatment, eventually conferring poor prognosis. Therefore, the early diagnosis and classification of meningioma is necessary for the subsequent intervention and an improved prognosis. A growing body of evidence demonstrates the potential of multi-omics study (including genomics, transcriptomics, epigenomics, proteomics) for meningioma diagnosis and mechanistic links to potential pathological mechanism. This thesis addresses a neglected aspect of recent advances in the field of meningiomas at multiple omics levels, highlighting that the integration of multi-omics can reveal the mechanism of meningiomas, which provides a timely and necessary scientific basis for the treatment of meningiomas.

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