Volatility of Mutator Phenotypes at Single Cell Resolution

@inproceedings{Kennedy2015VolatilityOM,
  title={Volatility of Mutator Phenotypes at Single Cell Resolution},
  author={Scott R Kennedy and Eric M. Schultz and Thomas Mackey Chappell and Brendan F. Kohrn and Gary M. Knowels and Alan J. Herr},
  booktitle={PLoS genetics},
  year={2015}
}
Mutator phenotypes accelerate the evolutionary process of neoplastic transformation. Historically, the measurement of mutation rates has relied on scoring the occurrence of rare mutations in target genes in large populations of cells. Averaging mutation rates over large cell populations assumes that new mutations arise at a constant rate during each cell division. If the mutation rate is not constant, an expanding mutator population may contain subclones with widely divergent rates of evolution… CONTINUE READING
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