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Defining 'chromosomal instability'.
Most scientists agree that the majority of human solid malignant tumors are characterized by chromosomal instability (CIN) involving gain or loss of whole chromosomes or fractions of chromosomes. CINExpand
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Identification of small gains and losses in single cells after whole genome amplification on tiling oligo arrays
Clinical DNA is often available in limited quantities requiring whole-genome amplification for subsequent genome-wide assessment of copy-number variation (CNV) by array-CGH. In pre-implantationExpand
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Predictive diagnosis of the cancer prone Li–Fraumeni syndrome by accident: new challenges through whole genome array testing
Background: Li–Fraumeni syndrome greatly increases the risk of developing several types of cancer and is usually caused by TP53 germline mutations. Predictive testing of at-risk family members isExpand
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Metastatic Competence Can Emerge with Selection of Preexisting Oncogenic Alleles without a Need of New Mutations.
Several experimental models faithfully recapitulate many important facets of human metastatic disease. Here, we have performed whole-exome sequencing in five widely used experimental metastasisExpand
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Alterations of the cell-cycle inhibitors p27(KIP1) and p16(INK4a) are frequent in blastic plasmacytoid dendritic cell neoplasms.
Blastic plasmacytoid dendritic cell neoplasm (BPDCN) is a rare, clinically aggressive malignancy with a median survival of 12-14 months. To identify pathogenetic relevant genomic aberrations andExpand
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Mapping of balanced chromosome translocation breakpoints to the basepair level from microdissected chromosomes
The analysis of structural variants associated with specific phenotypic features is promising for the elucidation of the function of involved genes. There is, however, at present no approach allowingExpand
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