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Jens Waldmann, Volker Fendrich, Julia Holler, Malte Buchholz, Ernst Heinmöller, Peter Langer, Annette Ramaswamy, Birgit Samans, Martin K Walz, Matthias Rothmund, Detlef K Bartsch, and Emily P Slater

K Brouwers FM Walther MM Linehan WM Munson PJ Mannelli M Goldstein DS Elkahloun AG 2004b Distinct gene expression profiles in norepinephrine- and epinephrine-producing hereditary and sporadic pheochromocytomas: activation of hypoxia

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C Scheuba, K Kaserer, A Moritz, R Drosten, H Vierhapper, C Bieglmayer, O A Haas, and B Niederle

had to be at least twice the basal calcitonin levels ( Barbot et al . 1994 ). Table 1 Demographics – medullary thyroid cancer and C-cell hyperplasia C-cell hyperplasia (only) Medullary thyroid cancer Sporadic Hereditary Σ Sporadic Hereditary Σ N 122

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Nicole Bechmann, Mats Leif Moskopp, Martin Ullrich, Bruna Calsina, Pål William Wallace, Susan Richter, Markus Friedemann, Katharina Langton, Stephanie M J Fliedner, Henri J L M Timmers, Svenja Nölting, Felix Beuschlein, Martin Fassnacht, Aleksander Prejbisz, Karel Pacak, Hans K Ghayee, Stefan R Bornstein, Peter Dieterich, Jens Pietzsch, Ben Wielockx, Mercedes Robledo, Nan Qin, and Graeme Eisenhofer

-0231 ) Eisenhofer G Huynh TT Pacak K Brouwers FM Walther MM Linehan WM Munson PJ Mannelli M Goldstein DS Elkahloun AG 2004 Distinct gene expression profiles in norepinephrine-and epinephrine-producing hereditary and sporadic pheochromocytomas

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Yulong Li and William F Simonds

bronchial NET (sometimes referred to as ‘carcinoid tumors’); and 3) MEN2A-associated medullary thyroid cancer and pheochromocytoma. Because of space limitations, we favor the citation of recent review articles, wherein the curious reader can easily find

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Zi Ying Tan, Taosheng Huang, and Joanne Ngeow

cell carcinoma, pheochromocytoma SDHA SDHB SDHD Hereditary paraganglioma–pheochromocytoma AD Paraganglioma–pheochromocytoma, gastrointestinal stromal tumour  β-Catenin/WNT signalling pathway APC Familial adenomatous polyposis

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Roland Därr, Joan Nambuba, Jaydira Del Rivero, Ingo Janssen, Maria Merino, Milena Todorovic, Bela Balint, Ivana Jochmanova, Josef T Prchal, Ronald M Lechan, Arthur S Tischler, Vera Popovic, Dragana Miljic, Karen T Adams, F Ryan Prall, Alexander Ling, Meredith R Golomb, Michael Ferguson, Naris Nilubol, Clara C Chen, Emily Chew, David Taïeb, Constantine A Stratakis, Tito Fojo, Chunzhang Yang, Electron Kebebew, Zhengping Zhuang, and Karel Pacak

Introduction Pheochromocytomas (PHEOs) and paragangliomas (PGLs) are rare catecholamine-producing neuroendocrine tumors (NETs) arising in or outside the adrenal medulla, respectively ( Lenders et al . 2005 ). By definition, a PHEO is an intra

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Arthur Varoquaux, Yann le Fur, Alessio Imperiale, Antony Reyre, Marion Montava, Nicolas Fakhry, Izzie-Jacques Namer, Guy Moulin, Karel Pacak, Maxime Guye, and David Taïeb

succinate, which acts as an oncometabolite ( Selak et al . 2005 ). We, and others, have recently shown that ex vivo metabolomics studies are very reliable methods for classifying various pheochromocytomas (PHEOs)/PGLs according to their genetic background

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M Montani, A M Schmitt, S Schmid, T Locher, P Saremaslani, P U Heitz, P Komminoth, and A Perren

. 2001 ) have recently been described in familial paragangliomas and pheochromocytomas. Several reasons make these genes candidate tumor suppressors for MTC: (1) allelic loss of the short and long arm of chromosome 1, the localization of SDHB and SDHC

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Jessica L Geiger, Simion I Chiosea, Sue M Challinor, Marina N Nikiforova, and Julie E Bauman

T proto-oncogene on chromosome 10 ( Mulligan & Ponder 1995 , Santoro et al . 1995 ) and is further subclassified into three syndromes based on clinical phenotype: MEN2A (medullary thyroid cancer (MTC), pheochromocytoma, primary parathyroid

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Elizabeth G Grubbs, Ronald M Lechan, Beth Edeiken-Monroe, Gilbert J Cote, Chardria Trotter, Arthur S Tischler, and Robert F Gagel

physician he saw very quickly pieced together a history consistent with a recently identified syndrome, multiple endocrine neoplasia type 2A – the association of medullary thyroid carcinoma (MTC), hyperparathyroidism and pheochromocytoma ( Steiner et al