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EMBO Reports, ISSN 1469-221X, 02/2012
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2015, Molecular Pathology Library, ISBN 9781493918294, Volume 8
This book serves as a comprehensive guide to the rapidly evolving field of molecular neuropathology of nervous system tumors, as well as the underlying biology... 
Medicine | Pathology | Oncology | Neurosurgery
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Neuro-Oncology, ISSN 1522-8517, 11/2016, Volume 18, Issue suppl_6, pp. vi118 - vi118
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2013, Genetics-Research and issues, ISBN 9781628081596
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Neuro-Oncology, ISSN 1522-8517, 11/2016, Volume 18, Issue suppl_6, pp. vi141 - vi141
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by Capper, David and Jones, David T. W and Sill, Martin and Hovestadt, Volker and Schrimpf, Daniel and Sturm, Dominik and Koelsche, Christian and Sahm, Felix and Chavez, Lukas and Reuss, David E and Kratz, Annekathrin and Wefers, Annika K and Huang, Kristin and Pajtler, Kristian W and Schweizer, Leonille and Stichel, Damian and Olar, Adriana and Engel, Nils W and Lindenberg, Kerstin and Harter, Patrick N and Braczynski, Anne K and Plate, Karl H and Dohmen, Hildegard and Garvalov, Boyan K and Coras, Roland and Hölsken, Annett and Hewer, Ekkehard and Bewerunge-Hudler, Melanie and Schick, Matthias and Fischer, Roger and Beschorner, Rudi and Schittenhelm, Jens and Staszewski, Ori and Wani, Khalida and Varlet, Pascale and Pages, Melanie and Temming, Petra and Lohmann, Dietmar and Selt, Florian and Witt, Hendrik and Milde, Till and Witt, Olaf and Aronica, Eleonora and Giangaspero, Felice and Rushing, Elisabeth and Scheurlen, Wolfram and Geisenberger, Christoph and Rodriguez, Fausto J and Becker, Albert and Preusser, Matthias and Haberler, Christine and Bjerkvig, Rolf and Cryan, Jane and Farrell, Michael and Deckert, Martina and Hench, Jürgen and Frank, Stephan and Serrano, Jonathan and Kannan, Kasthuri and Tsirigos, Aristotelis and Brück, Wolfgang and Hofer, Silvia and Brehmer, Stefanie and Seiz-Rosenhagen, Marcel and Hänggi, Daniel and Hans, Volkmar and Rozsnoki, Stephanie and Hansford, Jordan R and Kohlhof, Patricia and Kristensen, Bjarne W and Lechner, Matt and Lopes, Beatriz and Mawrin, Christian and Ketter, Ralf and Kulozik, Andreas and Khatib, Ziad and Heppner, Frank and Koch, Arend and Jouvet, Anne and Keohane, Catherine and Mühleisen, Helmut and Mueller, Wolf and Pohl, Ute and Prinz, Marco and Benner, Axel and Zapatka, Marc and Gottardo, Nicholas G and Driever, Pablo Hernáiz and Kramm, Christof M and Müller, Hermann L and Rutkowski, Stefan and Von Hoff, Katja and Frühwald, Michael C and Gnekow, Astrid and Fleischhack, Gudrun and Tippelt, Stephan and Calaminus, Gabriele and Monoranu, Camelia-Maria and Perry, Arie and Jones, Chris and ...
Nature, ISSN 0028-0836, 03/2018, Volume 555, Issue 7697, pp. 469 - 474
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by Jones, David T. W and Hutter, Barbara and Jäger, Natalie and Korshunov, Aney and Kool, Marcel and Warnatz, Hans-Jörg and Zichner, Thomas and Lambert, Sally R and Ryzhova, Marina and Quang, Dong Anh Khuong and Fontebasso, Adam M and Stütz, Aian M and Hutter, Sonja and Zuckermann, Marc and Sturm, Dominik and Gronych, Jan and Lasitschka, Bärbel and Schmidt, Sabine and Seker-Cin, Huriye and Witt, Henik and Sultan, Marc and Ralser, Meryem and Northcott, Paul A and Hovestadt, Volker and Bender, Sebastian and Pfaff, Elke and Stark, Sebastian and Faury, Damien and Schwartzentruber, Jeremy and Majewski, Jacek and Weber, Ursula D and Zapatka, Marc and Raeder, Benjamin and Schlesner, Matthias and Worth, Catherine L and Bartholomae, Cynthia C and von Kalle, Christof and Imbusch, Charles D and Radomski, Sylwester and Lawerenz, Chris and van Sluis, Peter and Koster, Jan and Volckmann, Richard and Versteeg, Rogier and Lehrach, Hans and Monoranu, Camelia and Winkler, Beate and Unterberg, Aneas and Herold-Mende, Christel and Milde, Till and Kulozik, Aneas E and Ebinger, Martin and Schuhmann, Martin U and Cho, Yoon-Jae and Pomeroy, Scott L and von Deimling, Aneas and Witt, Olaf and Taylor, Michael D and Wolf, Stephan and Karajannis, Matthias A and Eberhart, Charles G and Scheurlen, Wolfram and Hasselblatt, Martin and Ligon, Keith L and Kieran, Mark W and Korbel, Jan O and Yaspo, Marie-Laure and Brors, Benedikt and Felsberg, Jörg and Reifenberger, Guido and Collins, V. Peter and Jabado, Nada and Eils, Roland and Lichter, Peter and Pfister, Stefan M and Int Canc Genome Consortium and International Cancer Genome Consortium PedBrain Tumor Project and the International Cancer Genome Consortium PedBrain Tumor Project
Nature genetics, ISSN 1061-4036, 2013, Volume 45, Issue 8, pp. 927 - 932
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by Sturm, Dominik and Orr, Brent A and Toprak, Umut H and Hovestadt, Volker and Jones, David T.W and Jones, Chris and Capper, David and Sill, Martin and Buchhalter, Ivo and Northcott, Paul A and Leis, Irina and Ryzhova, Marina and Koelsche, Christian and Pfaff, Elke and Allen, Sariah J and Balasubramanian, Gnanaprakash and Worst, Barbara C and Pajtler, Kristian W and Brabetz, Sebastian and Johann, Pascal D and Sahm, Felix and Reimand, Jüri and Mackay, Alan and Carvalho, Diana M and Remke, Marc and Phillips, Joanna J and Perry, Arie and Cowdrey, Cynthia and Drissi, Rachid and Fouladi, Maryam and Giangaspero, Felice and Łastowska, Maria and Grajkowska, Wiesława and Scheurlen, Wolfram and Pietsch, Torsten and Hagel, Christian and Gojo, Johannes and Lötsch, Daniela and Berger, Walter and Slavc, Irene and Haberler, Christine and Jouvet, Anne and Holm, Stefan and Hofer, Silvia and Prinz, Marco and Keohane, Catherine and Fried, Iris and Mawrin, Christian and Scheie, David and Mobley, Bret C and Schniederjan, Matthew J and Santi, Mariarita and Buccoliero, Anna M and Dahiya, Sonika and Kramm, Christof M and von Bueren, André O and von Hoff, Katja and Rutkowski, Stefan and Herold-Mende, Christel and Frühwald, Michael C and Milde, Till and Hasselblatt, Martin and Wesseling, Pieter and Rößler, Jochen and Schüller, Ulrich and Ebinger, Martin and Schittenhelm, Jens and Frank, Stephan and Grobholz, Rainer and Vajtai, Istvan and Hans, Volkmar and Schneppenheim, Reinhard and Zitterbart, Karel and Collins, V. Peter and Aronica, Eleonora and Varlet, Pascale and Puget, Stephanie and Dufour, Christelle and Grill, Jacques and Figarella-Branger, Dominique and Wolter, Marietta and Schuhmann, Martin U and Shalaby, Tarek and Grotzer, Michael and van Meter, Timothy and Monoranu, Camelia-Maria and Felsberg, Jörg and Reifenberger, Guido and Snuderl, Matija and Forrester, Lynn Ann and Koster, Jan and Versteeg, Rogier and Volckmann, Richard and van Sluis, Peter and Wolf, Stephan and Mikkelsen, Tom and Gajjar, Amar and Aldape, Kenneth and Moore, Andrew S and Taylor, Michael D and ...
Cell, ISSN 0092-8674, 02/2016, Volume 164, Issue 5, pp. 1060 - 1072
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Cancer Cell, ISSN 1535-6108, 07/2014, Volume 26, Issue 1, pp. 48 - 60
It is currently unclear whether Merlin/ suppresses tumorigenesis by activating upstream components of the Hippo pathway at the plasma membrane or by inhibiting... 
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Cancer Cell, ISSN 1535-6108, 05/2015, Volume 27, Issue 5, pp. 728 - 743
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Surgical Neurology International, ISSN 2229-5097, 2014, Volume 5, Issue 1, p. 64
Glioblastoma multiforme (GBM) is the most common and lethal primary malignancy of the central nervous system (CNS). Despite the proven benefit of surgical... 
Gene therapy | Glioblastoma multiforme | Immunotherapy | Molecularly targeted therapy | Studies | Pathogenesis | Adenoviruses | Medical prognosis | Cell division | Clinical trials | Tumorigenesis | Mutation | Radiation therapy | Gene expression
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