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Bone marrow biopsy with greater than 30% plasma cells
What is held by Rb that allows transition of G1 to S
Number 1 cancer in women by incidence
What is the translocation in oncogenic ABL
What does CCND1 do
Carcinoma that spreads through blood (women)
What nuclear regulator is associates with lung carcinoma
Oncogenic virus associated with Nasopharyngeal carcinoma
What is a pt likely to get with sporadic mutation in Rb gene
What is the translocation in oncogenic c-MYC
How can clonality be determined generally
How do sarcomas usually spread
What normally stabilized mitochondrial membrane, overexpressed in follicular lymphoma
Carcinogen associated with intestinal type stomach carcinoma
Intermediate filament that is stained to identify epithelium
What is downregulated in cancer that allows for disassociation from neighbor cells
Oncogenic virus associated with Hepatocellular carcinoma
What carcinoma cakes the omentum
Marker associated with neuroendocrine carcinoma (Small cell, carcinoid)
Inheritance of one bad copy of p53 is called?
What cell cycle regulator is associated with mantle cell lymphoma
Carcinoma that spreads through blood (hepatic vein)
What is the number 2 cause of death in adults and children
Radiation associated with Basal cell carcinoma, SCC, melanolma
Number 1 cancer in both men and women by mortality
How do carcinomas usually spread
Carcinoma that spreads through blood (renal vein)
Carcinogen associated with lung carcinoma only
Carcinogen associated with angiosarcoma of liver
How many divisions in cancer until earliest clinical symptoms
Marker associated with Melanoma
What is the translocation that causes overexpression of Bcl2
Is a neoplasm monoclonal or polyclonal
Carcinogen associated with urothelial carcinoma of bladder
What is the translocation in CCND1 in mantle cell lymphoma
How do cancer cells destroy parenchyma
What growth factor receptor is associated with breast carcinoma
What is the number 1 cause of death in adults
Oncogenic virus associated with CNS lymphoma in AIDS
What growth factor receptor is associated with medullary carcinoma of thyroid along with MEN 2A, MEN 2B
Carcinogen associated with SCC of skin, lung cancer, angiosarcoma of liver
Number 3 cancer in both men and women, by incidence and mortality
What signal tranducer is associated with many carcinomas melanoma and lymphoma
Number 1 cancer in men by incidence
Radiation associated with AML, CML, papillary carcinoma of thyroid
What cell cycle regulator is associated with melanoma
Carcinogen associated with carcinoma of oropharynx, lung cancer, renal and bladder cancer
Carcinogen associated with lung cancer and mesothelioma
What normally phosphorylates Rb to allow release of E2F
Starry sky appearance
What does p53 regulate
Intermediate filament that is stained to identify mesenchyme
How are pyrimidine dimers normally fixed
Waht is a pt likely to get with germline mutation of Rb
What is the number 1 cause of death in children
What growth factor is asscociated with astrocytoma
Carcinogen associated with SCC of oropharynx, pancreatic carcinoma, hepatocellular carcinoma
What nuclear regulator is associated with Neuroblastoma
What is formed by nonionizing radiation (molecular)
Carcinogen associated with leukemia/lymphoma
Oncogenic virus associated with Burkitt lymphoma
What function is deficient in mutated RAS or GAP
Intermediate filament that is stained to identify muscle
What growth factor receptor is associated with GI stromal tumor
What signal tranducer is associated with CML and some types of ALL
Intermediate filament that is stained to identify neuroglia
What is called in by p53 to destroy Bcl2 in mutated cell
Intermediate filament that is stained to identify nuerons
What chromosome is Ig heavy chain on
Oncogenic virus associated with adult T cell leukemia
What chromosome is G6PD on?
Carcinogen associated with hepatocellular carcinoma
What nuclear regulator is associated with Burkitt lymphoma
Carcinoma that spreads through blood (neck)
How do cancer cells avoid immune surveillance
Oncogenic virus associated with Karposi Sarcoma
How is clonality of B cells determined
In what disease are restriction endonucleases mutated
Both copies of p53 must be knocked out for tumor formation, this is called
Oncogenic virus associated with SCC of vulva, vagina, cervix

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