A cell of any of a group of common stomach cancers, usually located in the antrum; it may present as a bulky mass with central ulceration invading the wall, a mass that narrows the antral lumen, a polypoid lesion, or a tumor that spreads superficially over the mucosal surface. It is common in Japan, Chile, Iceland, and Finland but the incidence is decreasing in North America and elsewhere. There may be links to certain dietary substances such as nitrosamines and benzpyrene. (BRENDA Tissue and Enzyme Source Ontology, BTO_0000036)
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26 proteins highly expressed in the tissue gastric adenocarcinoma cell from the TISSUES Curated Tissue Protein Expression Evidence Scores dataset.