Comprehensive analysis of the cytokine-rich chromosome 5q31.1 region suggests a role for IL-4 gene variants in prostate cancer risk
EA Tindall, G Severi, HN Hoang, CS Ma, P Fernandez, MC Southey, DR English, JL Hopper, CF Heyns, SG Tangye, GG Giles, VM Hayes
CARCINOGENESIS | OXFORD UNIV PRESS | Published : 2010
Awarded by National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia (NHMRC)
Cancer Institute of New South Wales Innovation Grant to V. M. H. (Fellow) and E.A.T. (PhD Scholar); National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia (NHMRC; #396407, #504700, #504702); Australian Rotary Health to E.A.T. (PhD Scholar). Infrastructure support was provided by the Children's Cancer Institute Australia and the Cancer Council Victoria. The Australian prostate cancer BioResource is supported by an Enabling Grant from the NHMRC (#290546).