Quantitative Single Gene Reporting-Related Articles


HER2 Concordance between Central Laboratory Immunohistochemistry, FISH and Quantitative RT-PCR in Intergroup Trial E2197
Baehner FL, Gray R, Maddala T, Childs B, Rowley S, Shak S, Davidson NE, Sledge GW, Goldstein LJ, Sparano JA, Badve S
Abstract # 1421


ER and PR Assessment by Central IHC: Examination and Comparison of Percent Positive Cells and Nuclear Staining Intensity in ECOG Breast Cancer Study 2197
S Badve, R Gray, B Childs, T Maddala, M Liu, S Rowley, N Davidson, S Shak, LJ Goldstein, GW Sledge, JA Sparano, FL Baehner
Abstract # 2285

Estrogen- and Progesterone-Receptor Status in ECOG 2197: Comparison of Immunohistochemistry by Local and Central Laboratories and Quantitative Reverse Transcription Polymerase Chain Reaction by Central Laboratory
Sunil S. Badve, Frederick L. Baehner, Robert P. Gray, Barrett H. Childs, Tara Maddala, Mei-Lan Liu, Steve C. Rowley, Steven Shak, Edith D. Perez, Lawrence J. Shulman, Silvana Martino, Nancy E. Davidson, George W. Sledge, Lori J. Goldstein, and Joseph A. Sparano
J Clin Oncol. 2008; 26(15):2473-2481.

Problems and Solutions in the Evaluation of Hormone Receptors in Breast Cancer
D. Craig Allred
J Clin Oncol. 2008; 26(15):2473-2481.


HER2 Concordance Between Central Laboratory Immunohistochemistry & Quantitative Reverse Transcription Polymerase Chain Reaction in Intergroup Trial E2197
FL Baehner, R Gray, B Childs, T Maddala, S Rowley, S Shak, NE Davidson, GW Sledge, LJ Goldstein, JA Sparano, S Badve
Abstract #13


Associations between estrogen receptor (ER) Alpha expression levels and ER genotypes
Henry NL, Shak S, Banerjee M, Skaar T, Palmer G, Braman M, Stearns V,Flockhart DA, Kleer C, Hayes DF, Rae J University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI; Genomic Health,Inc., Redwood City, CA; Indiana University, Indianapolis, IN; Johns Hopkins University,Baltimore, MD
Abstract # 3049


A Kaiser-Permanente Population-Based Study of Breast Cancer ER and PR Expression by the Standard Method, Immunohistochemistry, Compared to a New Method, Quantitative Reverse Transcription Polymerase Chain Reaction
FL Baehner, T Maddala, C Alexander, A Gown, LC Goldstein, y, S Shak, CP Quesenberry, L Habel
Abstract #47 : Poster Session


Predictive Utility of Progesterone Receptor (PR) and Multigene Expression in Identifying Benefit From Adjuvant Doxorubicin Plus Cyclophosphamide (AC) or Docetaxel (AT) in Intergroup Trial E2197
LJ Goldstein, RJ Gray, R Bugarini, S Shak, SS Badve, FL Baehner, NE Davidson, GW Sledge, JA Sparano, The North American Breast Cancer Intergroup
Abstract #557


Comparison of ER and PR Assessment by Local IHC, Central IHC, and Central Quantitative RT-PCR in ECOG Breast Cancer Study 2197
S Badve, FL Baehner, R Gray, B Childs, T Maddala, M Liu, S Rowley, N Davidson, LJ Goldstein, GW Sledge, JA Sparano
Abstract #44 : Poster Session


Heterogeneity of Quantitative RT-PCR Measurement of Estrogen and Progesterone Receptor Expression: Comparison of Tissue Microarray Cores to Whole Sections of Paraffin Embedded Breast Cancer Tissue
FL Baehner, J Baker, J Salter, ML Liu, C Yoshizawa, T Maddala, M Dowsett, M Cronin, S Shak
Abstract #50 : Poster Session


Estrogen Receptor and Breast Cancer Survival in a Kaiser Permanente Population-Based Study: Comparison of Quantitative Reverse Transcriptase Polymerase Chain Reaction and Immunohistochemistry
LA Habel, N Achacoso, T Maddala, C Alexander, FL Baehner, S Shak, C Quesenberry, AM Gown, LC Goldstein
Abstract #5029 : Poster Session


ER and PR Assessment in ECOG 2197: Comparison of Locally Determined IHC with Centrally Determined IHC and Quantitative RT-PCR
SS Badve, FL Baehner, R Gray, B Childs, T Maddala, M Liu, S Rowley, N Davidson, S Shak, GW Sledge Jr., JA Sparano
Abstract #87


A Kaiser-Permanente Population-Based Study of ER and PR Expression by the Standard Method, Immunohistochemistry (IHC), Compared to a New Method, Quantitative Reverse Transcription Polymerase Chain Reaction (RT-PCR)
FL Baehner, T Maddala, C Alexander, A Gown, LC Goldstein, NS Achacoso, S Shak, CP Quesenberry, LA Habel
Abstract #88


Use of Estrogen Receptor (ER) Expression by Quantitative RT-PCR to Identify an ER-Negative Subgroup by IHC Who Might Benefit from Hormonal Therapy
G Bianchini, M Zambetti, L Pusztai, M Carcangiu, P Valagussa, L Gianni
Abstract #106


Quantitative RT-PCR Analysis of ER and PR by Oncotype DX Indicates Distinct and Different Associations with Prognosis and Prediction of Tamoxifen Benefit
FL Baehner, LA Habel, CP Quesenberry, A Capra, G Tang, S Paik, N Wolmark, D Watson, S Shak
Abstract #45 : Oral Presentation


Comparison of ER, PR, HER2, and Ki-67 Quantitative Expression in Formalin-Fixed, Paraffin-Embedded Breast Carcinomas by RT-PCR with Protein Expression by Immunohistochemistry
P Bitterman, D Watson, M Cronin, JM Mosquera, M Cobleigh, R Baehner, S Shak, J Baker
Abstract #83 : Oral Presentation