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Mutated SF3B1 is associated with transcript isoform changes of the genes UQCC and RPL31 both in CLLs and uveal melanomas

bioRxiv

Dec 2, 2013

Alejandro ReyesWolfgang Huber

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Background Genome sequencing studies of chronic lympoid leukemia (CLL) have provided a comprehensive overview of recurrent somatic mutations in coding genes. One of the most intriguing discoveries has been the prevalence of mutations in the HEAT-repeat domain of the splicing factor SF3B...read more

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CD19 gene
RPL31 gene
SF3B1 gene
SF3B2 gene
UQCC gene
Urine Lysine Measurement
SF3B1 protein, human
Interferon Signaling Process
Protein Deregulation
Interferons
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Mutated SF3B1 is associated with transcript isoform changes of the genes UQCC and RPL31 both in CLLs and uveal melanomas

bioRxiv

Dec 2, 2013

Alejandro ReyesWolfgang Huber

PMID: 990000992

DOI: 10.1101/000992

Abstract

Background Genome sequencing studies of chronic lympoid leukemia (CLL) have provided a comprehensive overview of recurrent somatic mutations in coding genes. One of the most intriguing discoveries has been the prevalence of mutations in the HEAT-repeat domain of the splicing factor SF3B...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

CD19 gene
RPL31 gene
SF3B1 gene
SF3B2 gene
UQCC gene
Urine Lysine Measurement
SF3B1 protein, human
Interferon Signaling Process
Protein Deregulation
Interferons
6
8

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