Gravier (2010)

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Gravier et al. (2010) have considered small, invasive ductal carcinomas without axillary lymph node involvement (T1T2N0) to predict metastasis of small node-negative breast carcinoma. Using comparative genomic hybridization arrays, they examined 168 patients over a five-year period. The 111 patients with no event after diagnosis were labelled good, and the 57 patients with early metastasis were labelled poor.

Sample Size Number of Features Number of Classes Disease
168 2,905 2 Breast Cancer

Data Source and Preprocessing

The 2905 gene expression levels have been normalized with a log2 transformation.


Link to Original Paper

BibTeX Record

author = {{Gravier, Eleonore} and Pierron, Gaelle and Vincent-Salomon, Anne and gruel, Nadege and Raynal, Virginie and Savignoni, Alexia and De Rycke, Yann and Pierga, Jean-Yves and Lucchesi, Carlo and Reyal, Fabien and Fourquet, Alain and Roman-Roman, Sergio and Radvanyi, Francois and Sastre-Garau, Xavier and Asselain, Bernard and Delattre, Olivier},
title = {{A prognostic DNA signature for T1T2 node-negative breast cancer patients.}},
journal = {Genes, Chromosomes and Cancer},
year = {2010},
volume = {49},
number = {12},
pages = {1125--1125},
month = sep