ACTA HISTOCHEMICA ET CYTOCHEMICA
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Loss of Annexin A10 Expression Is Associated with Poor Prognosis in Early Gastric Cancer
Akira IshikawaKazuya KuraokaJunichi ZaitsuAkihisa SaitoToshio KuwaiTakahisa SuzukiHirotaka TashiroKiyomi TaniyamaWataru Yasui
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2020 Volume 53 Issue 5 Pages 113-119

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Gastric cancer (GC) is the third most common cause of cancer-related mortality. The diagnosis and treatment of early GC is a crucial strategy for prognostic improvement of GC. Annexin A10 (ANXA10), a calcium-/phospholipid-binding protein, is a member of the annexin family. The significance of ANXA10 expression in early GC remains unclear. This is the first report to investigate ANXA10 expression in early GC. We performed immunohistochemistry to evaluate ANXA10 expression in early GC, and the correlation between ANXA10 and clinicopathological factors. The loss of ANXA10 expression was detected in 63 (61.2%) of 103 early GC cases and significantly correlated with poor overall survival in patients. Sex, pT stage, pN stage, histology, and ANXA10 expression were associated with poor survival. Sex, histology, and ANXA10 expression were determined as independent predictors of survival in early GC patients. ANXA10 immunostaining could be a new decision-making biomarker in GC.

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