CIZ gene rearrangements in acute leukemia: report of a diagnostic FISH assay and clinical features of nine patients

@article{Starza2005CIZGR,
  title={CIZ gene rearrangements in acute leukemia: report of a diagnostic FISH assay and clinical features of nine patients},
  author={Roberta La Starza and Anna M Avent{\'i}n and Barbara Crescenzi and Paolo Gorello and Giorgina Specchia and Antonio Cuneo and Adriano Angioni and Christelle Bilhou-Nab{\'e}ra and Concepci{\'o}n Boqu{\'e} and Robin Fo{\'a} and Anne Uyttebroeck and Pascaline Talmant and Guido Cimino and Massimo Fabrizio Martelli and Peter Marynen and Cristina Mecucci and Anne M. Hagemeijer},
  journal={Leukemia},
  year={2005},
  volume={19},
  pages={1696-1699}
}
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