A renewed model of pancreatic cancer evolution based on genomic rearrangement patterns.

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@article{Notta2016ARM, title={A renewed model of pancreatic cancer evolution based on genomic rearrangement patterns.}, author={Faiyaz Notta and Michelle A Chan-Seng-Yue and Mathieu Lemire and Yilong Li and Gavin W. Wilson and Ashton A. Connor and Robert E Denroche and Sheng-ben Liang and Andrew M. K. Brown and Jaeseung C Kim and Tao Wang and Jared T. Simpson and Timothy A Beck and Ayelet Eppel Borgida and Nicholas B Buchner and Dianne Chadwick and Sara Hafezi-Bakhtiari and John E Dick and Lawrence E. Heisler and Michael Anthony Hollingsworth and E. A. Ibrahimov and Gun Ho Jang and Jeremy Johns and Lars G T Jorgensen and Calvin H. L. Law and Olga Ludkovski and Ilinca Mihaela Lungu and Karen M. Y. Ng and Danielle Pasternack and Gloria M Petersen and Liran I. Shlush and Lee Timms and Ming-Sound Tsao and Julie M Wilson and Christina K. Yung and George Zogopoulos and John M. S. Bartlett and Ludmil B Alexandrov and Francisco X Real and Sean P. Cleary and Michael H. A. Roehrl and John D. McPherson and Lincoln Stein and Thomas J. Hudson and Peter J. Campbell and Steven Gallinger}, journal={Nature}, year={2016}, volume={538 7625}, pages={378-382} }