Integrative Clinical Genomics of Advanced Prostate Cancer

  title={Integrative Clinical Genomics of Advanced Prostate Cancer},
  author={Dan R. Robinson and Eliezer M. Van Allen and Yi-Mi Wu and Nikolaus D. Schultz and Robert J. Lonigro and Juan Miguel Mosquera and Bruce Montgomery and Mary-Ellen Taplin and Colin C. Pritchard and Gerhardt Attard and Himisha Beltran and Wassim Abida and Robert K. Bradley and Jake Vinson and Xuhong Cao and Pankaj Vats and Lakshmi Priya Kunju and Maha H.A. Hussain and Felix Y. Feng and Scott A. Tomlins and Kathleen A Cooney and David C. Smith and Christine A Brennan and Javed Siddiqui and Rohit Mehra and Yu Chen and Dana E. Rathkopf and Michael J. Morris and Stephen B. Solomon and Jeremy C. Durack and Victor E. Reuter and Anuradha Gopalan and Jianjiong Gao and Massimo Loda and Rosina T. Lis and Michaela Bowden and Steven P. Balk and Glenn C. Gaviola and Carrie Sougnez and Manaswi Gupta and Evan Y. Yu and Elahe A. Mostaghel and Heather H. Cheng and Hyojeong Mulcahy and Lawrence D. True and Stephen R. Plymate and Heidi Dvinge and Roberta Ferraldeschi and Penny Flohr and Susana Miranda and Zafeiris Zafeiriou and Nina Tunariu and Joaquin Mateo and Raquel Perez-Lopez and Francesca Demichelis and Brian D. Robinson and Marc H. Schiffman and David M. Nanus and Scott T. Tagawa and Alexandros Sigaras and Kenneth Eng and Olivier Elemento and Andrea Sboner and Elisabeth I. Heath and Howard I. Scher and Kenneth J. Pienta and Philip W. Kantoff and Johann S. de Bono and Mark A. Rubin and Peter S. Nelson and Levi A. Garraway and Charles L. Sawyers and Arul M. Chinnaiyan},

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