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Chromothripsis-like patterns are recurring but heterogeneously distributed features in a survey of 22,347 cancer genome screens

bioRxiv

Jan 13, 2014

Haoyang CaiMichael Baudis

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Background Chromothripsis is a recently discovered phenomenon of genomic rearrangement, possibly arising during a single genome-shattering event. This could provide an alternative paradigm in cancer development, replacing the gradual accumulation of genomic changes with a “one-off” cata...read more

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Patterns
Abnormal Fragmented Structure
Genome
Septin Filament Array
Tumor Tissue Sample
Evaluation
Chromothripsis
Extracorporeal Shockwave Lithotripsy of the Kidney
Genomics
Comparative Genomic Analysis
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Chromothripsis-like patterns are recurring but heterogeneously distributed features in a survey of 22,347 cancer genome screens

bioRxiv

Jan 13, 2014

Haoyang CaiMichael Baudis

PMID: 990001776

DOI: 10.1101/001776

Abstract

Background Chromothripsis is a recently discovered phenomenon of genomic rearrangement, possibly arising during a single genome-shattering event. This could provide an alternative paradigm in cancer development, replacing the gradual accumulation of genomic changes with a “one-off” cata...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Patterns
Abnormal Fragmented Structure
Genome
Septin Filament Array
Tumor Tissue Sample
Evaluation
Chromothripsis
Extracorporeal Shockwave Lithotripsy of the Kidney
Genomics
Comparative Genomic Analysis
7
2

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