see also Cerebellar astrocytoma

see Diffuse astrocytic tumor and oligodendroglial tumor.

see Other astrocytic tumors.

see Diffuse astrocytoma

see Pilocytic astrocytoma 9421/11

see Pilomyxoid astrocytoma 9425/3*

see Subependymal giant cell astrocytoma 9384/1

see Pleomorphic xanthoastrocytoma 9424/3

see Fibrillary astrocytoma 9420/3

see Gemistocytic astrocytoma 9411/3

see Protoplasmic astrocytoma 9410/3

see Anaplastic astrocytoma 9401/3

see Low grade Astrocytoma.

These tumors are characterized by a significant heterogeneity in terms of cytopathological, transcriptional and (epi)genomic features. This heterogeneity has made these cancers one of the most challenging types of cancers to study and treat. To uncover these complexities and to have better understanding of the disease initiation and progression, identification and characterization of underlying cellular and molecular pathways related to (epi)genetics of astrocytic gliomas is crucial 1).

Khani P, Nasri F, Khani Chamani F, Saeidi F, Sadri Nahand J, Tabibkhooei A, Mirzaei H. Genetic and epigenetic contribution to astrocytic gliomas pathogenesis. J Neurochem. 2018 Oct 22. doi: 10.1111/jnc.14616. [Epub ahead of print] Review. PubMed PMID: 30347482.
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