Browsing by Author "Stein, Lincoln D."

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  • Jiao, Wei; Atwal, Gurnit; Polak, Paz; Karlic, Rosa; Cuppen, Edwin; PCAWG Tumor Subtypes and Clinical Translation Working Group; Danyi, Alexandra; Ridder, Jeroen de; van Herpen, Carla; Lolkema, Martijn P.; Steeghs, Neeltje; Getz, Gad; Morris, Quaid; Stein, Lincoln D.; PCAWG Consortium; Stobbe, Miranda D. (Nature Research, 2020)
    In cancer, the primary tumour's organ of origin and histopathology are the strongest determinants of its clinical behaviour, but in 3% of cases a patient presents with a metastatic tumour and no obvious primary. Here, as ...
  • Notta, Faiyaz; Chan-Seng-Yue, Michelle; Lemire, Mathieu; Li, Yilong; Wilson, Gavin W.; Connor, Ashton A.; Denroche, Rob E.; Liang, Sheng-Ben; Brown, Andrew M.K.; Kim, Jaeseung C.; Wang, Tao; Simpson, Jared T.; Beck, Timothy; Borgida, Ayelet; Buchner, Nicholas; Chadwick, Dianne; Hafezi-Bakhtiari, Sara; Dick, John E.; Heisler, Lawrence; Hollingsworth, Michael A.; Ibrahimov, Emin; Jang, Gun Ho; Johns, Jeremy; Jorgensen, Lars G.T.; Law, Calvin; Ludkovski, Olga; Lungu, Ilinca; Ng, Karen; Pasternack, Danielle; Petersen, Gloria M.; Shlush, Liran I.; Timms, Lee; Tsao, Ming-Sound; Wilson, Julie M.; Yung, Christina K.; Zogopoulos, George; Bartlett, John M.S.; Alexandrov, Ludmil B.; Real, Francisco X.; Cleary, Sean P.; Roehrl, Michael H.; McPherson, John D.; Stein, Lincoln D.; Hudson, Thomas J.; Campbell, Peter J.; Gallinger, Steven (Nature Publishing Group, 2016)
    Pancreatic cancer, a highly aggressive tumour type with uniformly poor prognosis, exemplifies the classically held view of stepwise cancer development. The current model of tumorigenesis, based on analyses of precursor ...
  • Shuai, Shimin; PCAWG Drivers and Functional Interpretation Working Group; Gallinger, Steven; Stein, Lincoln D.; PCAWG Consortium; Deu-Pons, Jordi; Gut, Ivo Glynne; Muiños, Ferran; Mularoni, Loris; Rubio Pérez, Carlota, 1990-; Tamborero Noguera, David (Nature Research, 2020)
    The discovery of driver mutations is one of the key motivations for cancer genome sequencing. Here, as part of the ICGC/TCGA Pan-Cancer Analysis of Whole Genomes (PCAWG) Consortium, which aggregated whole genome sequencing ...

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