Summer is sadly coming to an end and it’s time to wrap up our vacations and get ready for a busier Fall. Many take some time off for rest and relaxation over the summer but there are still a lot of accomplishments during this time. We’d like to highlight here some customer publications in oncology from this summer. The publications ranged across different cancer types including breast, blood, brain and are from customers across the globe. Hope this end-of-summer reading will get you back into the swing of things as Fall begins.
Genomic imbalances and MYB fusion in synchronous bilateral adenoid cystic carcinoma and invasive lobular carcinoma of the breast
Anikó Kovács et al. Sahlgrenska Academy at University of Gothenburg, Gothenburg, Sweden. Molecular and Clinical Oncology
Genomic landscape and evolution of metastatic chromophobe renal cell carcinom
Jozefina Casuscelli et al. Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New York. JCI Insight.
Hedgehog inhibitor sonidegib potentiates 177Lu-octreotate therapy of GOT1 human small intestine neuroendocrine tumors in nude mice
Johan Spetz et al. Sahlgrenska Cancer Center, Sweden. BMC Cancer.
Genome-wide copy number profiling in gallbladder carcinoma - A study from north India
Aarti Sharma et al. Sanjay Gandhi Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences (SGPGIMS), Lucknow, India. Meta Gene
Loss of the tumor suppressor gene AIP mediates the browning of human brown fat tumors
Linda Magnusson et al. Lund University, Sweden. The Journal of Pathology.
Genomic analysis of follicular dendritic cell sarcoma by molecular inversion probe array reveals tumor suppressor-driven biology
Erica F Andersen. Department of Pathology, University of Utah School of Medicine. Modern Pathology.
Use of telomerase promoter mutations to mark specific molecular subsets with reciprocal clinical behavior in IDH mutant and IDH wild-type diffuse gliomas
Cemaliye B Akyerli et al. Acıbadem University, Istanbul, Turkey. Journal of Neurosurgery.
Characterization of an acquired jumping translocation involving 3q13.31-qter in a patient with de novo acute monocytic leukemia
EigilKjeldsen. Aarhus University Hospital, Denmark. Experimental and Molecular Pathology.
A MUTYH germline mutation is associated with small intestinal neuroendocrine tumors
Jan P Dumanski et al. Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden. Endocrine-related Cancer.
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