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Breast and Colorectal Cancers The Consensus Coding Sequences of Human

@inproceedings{Sjblom2007BreastAC,
  title={Breast and Colorectal Cancers The Consensus Coding Sequences of Human},
  author={Tobias Sj{\"o}blom and Siân Jones and Laura D. Wood and D. Williams Parsons and Jimmy Lin and Thomas D. Barber and Diana Mandelker and Rebecca J. Leary and Janine Ptak and Natalie Silliman and Steve Szabo and Phillip Buckhaults and Christopher L Farrell and Paul F. Meeh and Sanford D. Markowitz and Joseph E. Willis and Dawn M. Dawson and James K. V. Willson and Adi F. Gazdar and James Hartigan and Leo Wu and Changsheng Liu and Giovanni Parmigiani and Ben Ho Park and Kurtis E Bachman and Nickolas Papadopoulos and Bert Vogelstein and Kenneth W. Kinzler and Victor E. Velculescu},
  year={2007}
}
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