Erratum to: Mutational landscape of mucinous ovarian carcinoma and its neoplastic precursors

@inproceedings{Ryland2015ErratumTM,
  title={Erratum to: Mutational landscape of mucinous ovarian carcinoma and its neoplastic precursors},
  author={Georgina L. Ryland and Sally M. Hunter and Maria A. Doyle and Franco Caramia and Jason Li and Simone M. Rowley and Michael I. Christie and Prue Allan and Andrew N Stephens and David D. L. Bowtell and Ian G. Campbell and Kylie L. Gorringe},
  booktitle={Genome Medicine},
  year={2015}
}
Mucinous ovarian tumors are an unusual group of rare neoplasms with an apparently clear progression from benign to borderline to carcinoma, yet with a controversial cell of origin in the ovarian surface epithelium. They are thought to be molecularly distinct from other ovarian tumors but there have been no exome-level sequencing studies performed to date. To understand the genetic etiology of mucinous ovarian tumors and assess the presence of novel therapeutic targets or pathways, we undertook… CONTINUE READING

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