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Journal of Clinical Oncology, ISSN 0732-183X, 02/2017, Volume 35, Issue 4_suppl, pp. 537 - 537
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Journal of Urology, The, ISSN 0022-5347, 2017, Volume 197, Issue 4, pp. e423 - e423
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Journal of Clinical Oncology, ISSN 0732-183X, 02/2017, Volume 35, Issue 6_suppl, pp. 85 - 85
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Cancer, ISSN 0008-543X, 11/2017, Volume 123, Issue 22, pp. 4363 - 4371
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Molecular Diagnosis & Therapy, ISSN 1177-1062, 2/2013, Volume 17, Issue 1, pp. 31 - 47
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American Journal of Gastroenterology, ISSN 0002-9270, 10/2017, Volume 112, pp. S46 - S47
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Journal of Clinical Oncology, ISSN 0732-183X, 05/2017, Volume 35, Issue 15_suppl, pp. e13109 - e13109
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Frontiers in Oncology, ISSN 2234-943X, 07/2018, Volume 8, p. 259
Liquid biopsies are increasingly used in the care of patients with advanced cancers. These tests are used to find mutations and other genomic alterations,... 
Cell-free DNA | Germline mutation | Liquid biopsy | Hereditary cancer syndromes | Pancreaticobiliary neoplasms | CLINICAL-ONCOLOGY | PREVALENCE | BRCA2 | germline mutation | BREAST-CANCER | ONCOLOGY | hereditary cancer syndromes | cell-free DNA | UPDATE | MUTATIONS | POLICY STATEMENT | TUMOR DNA | liquid biopsy | pancreaticobiliary neoplasms | AMERICAN-SOCIETY
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Journal of Urology, The, ISSN 0022-5347, 2017, Volume 197, Issue 4, pp. e501 - e501
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Familial Cancer, ISSN 1389-9600, 4/2019, Volume 18, Issue 2, pp. 197 - 201
Whether monoallelic MUTYH mutations increase female breast cancer risk remains controversial. This study aimed to determine if monoallelic MUTYH mutations are... 
Human Genetics | Biomedicine, general | Multigene panel testing | Monoallelic MUTYH | Biomedicine | MUTYH carrier | Colorectal cancer | Cancer Research | Breast cancer | Epidemiology | VARIANTS | GENE | ONCOLOGY | COLORECTAL-CANCER | POLYPOSIS | GENETICS & HEREDITY | MUTATIONS | Yuan (China) | Oncology, Experimental | Research | Health aspects | Risk factors | Cancer | Hormone replacement therapy | Mutation | Health risk assessment
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by Thompson, Bryony A and Spurdle, Amanda B and Plazzer, John-Paul and Greenblatt, Marc S and Akagi, Kiwamu and Al-Mulla, Fahd and Bapat, Bharati and Bernstein, Inge and Capellá, Gabriel and den Dunnen, Johan T and du Sart, Desiree and Fabre, Aurelie and Farrell, Michael P and Farrington, Susan M and Frayling, Ian M and Frebourg, Thierry and Goldgar, David E and Heinen, Christopher D and Holinski-Feder, Elke and Kohonen-Corish, Maija and Robinson, Kristina Lagerstedt and Leung, Suet Yi and Martins, Alexana and Moller, Pal and Morak, Monika and Nystrom, Minna and Peltomaki, Paivi and Pineda, Marta and Qi, Ming and Ramesar, Rajkumar and Rasmussen, Lene Juel and Royer-Pokora, Brigitte and Scott, Rodney J and Sijmons, Rolf and Tavtigian, Sean V and Tops, Carli M and Weber, Thomas and Wijnen, Juul and Woods, Michael O and Macrae, Finlay and Genuardi, Maurizio and Castillejo, Adela and Sexton, Aienne and Chan, Anthony K. W and Viel, Alessana and Blanco, Amie and French, Amy and Laner, Aneas and Wagner, Anja and van den Ouweland, Ans and Mensenkamp, Arjen and Payá, Artemio and Betz, Beate and Redeker, Bert and Smith, Betsy and Espenschied, Carin and Cummings, Carole and Engel, Christoph and Fornes, Claudia and Valenzuela, Cristian and Alenda, Cristina and Buchanan, Daniel and Barana, Daniela and Konstantinova, Darina and Cairns, Dianne and Glaser, Elizabeth and Silva, Felipe and Lalloo, Fiona and Crucianelli, Francesca and Hogervorst, Frans and Casey, Graham and Tomlinson, Ian and Blanco, Ignacio and Villar, Isabel López and Garcia-Planells, Javier and Bigler, Jeanette and Shia, Jinru and Martinez-Lopez, Joaquin and Gille, Johan J. P and Hopper, John and Potter, John and Soto, José Luis and Kantelinen, Jukka and Ellis, Kate and Mann, Kirsty and Varesco, Liliana and Zhang, Liying and Le Marchand, Loic and Marafie, Makia J and Nordling, Margareta and Tibiletti, Maria Grazia and Kahan, Mariano Ariel and Ligtenberg, Marjolijn and Clendenning, Mark and Jenkins, Mark and Speevak, Marsha and Digweed, Martin and Kloor, Matthias and Hitchins, Megan and Myers, Megan and ... and InSiGHT and on behalf of InSiGHT and Sahlgrenska akademin and Institutionen för biomedicin, avdelningen för medicinsk genetik och klinisk genetik and Göteborgs universitet and Gothenburg University and Institute of Biomedicine, Department of Medical and Clinical Genetics and Sahlgrenska Academy
Nature genetics, ISSN 1061-4036, 2014, Volume 46, Issue 2, pp. 107 - 115
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Molecular diagnosis & therapy, ISSN 1177-1062, 2/2013, Volume 17, Issue 1, pp. 31 - 47
Prevalent as an acquired abnormality in cancer, the role of TP53 as a germline mutation continues to evolve. The clinical impact of a germline TP53 mutation is... 
genetic counseling | cancer risk | TP53 | genetic testing | Li-Fraumeni syndrome
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Molecular Diagnosis & Therapy, ISSN 1177-1062, 01/2013, Volume 17, Issue 1, p. 31
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