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Relationships Among Circulating TNF-α, Skeletal Muscle and Peripheral CD8+ T Cells During Cachexia in Gastric Cancer

Zhao et al.
Used Parameters : SMM, SMI, BFM

Publication Year : 2020

Country : China

Journal : Research square

Background: Cancer-associated cachexia is characterized by ongoing loss of skeletal muscle and has a high incidence in gastric cancer. Although studies have focused on the effect of in ammatory cytokines on skeletal muscle loss, it is not clear whether in ammatory cytokines affect other physiological functions, particularly immunity in gastric cancer. Thus, we aim to investigate the relationships between circulating TNF-α, skeletal muscle and peripheral immune status in gastric cancer. Methods: Totally 392 gastric cancer patients in …
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