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Anaplastic Brain Stem Glioma: Disease Bioinformatics
An anaplastic brain stem glioma is a tumor that arises from glial cells located in the brain stem. The glioma typically spreads throughout the nervous system, but rarely metastasizes to the rest of the body. The causes of this tumor are still unknown, but the LRRN2 gene is associated with this condition, and neurofibromatosis seems to lead to a disposition for a brain stem glioma. An anaplastic brain stem glioma also undergoes anaplasia, or de-differentiation of the glial cells, which aids in the process of malignant tumor formation.
Anaplastic Brain Stem Glioma Bioinformatics Tool
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Anaplastic Brain Stem Glioma has been studied in relation to diseases such as:
Alternate NamesAnaplastic Brain Stem Glioma is also known as Undifferentiated Brain Stem Glioma.