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by Waddell, Nicola and Pajic, Marina and Patch, Ann-Marie and Chang, David K and Kassahn, Karin S and Bailey, Peter and Johns, Amber L and Miller, David and Nones, Katia and Quek, Kelly and Quinn, Michael C. J and Robertson, Alan J and Fadlullah, Muhammad Z. H and Bruxner, Tim J. C and Christ, Angelika N and Harliwong, Ivon and Idrisoglu, Senel and Manning, Suzanne and Nourse, Craig and Nourbakhsh, Ehsan and Wani, Shivangi and Wilson, Peter J and Markham, Emma and Cloonan, Nicole and Anderson, Matthew J and Fink, J. Lynn and Holmes, Oliver and Kazakoff, Stephen H and Leonard, Conrad and Newell, Felicity and Poudel, Barsha and Song, Sarah and Taylor, Darrin and Waddell, Nick and Wood, Scott and Xu, Qinying and Wu, Jianmin and Pinese, Mark and Cowley, Mark J and Lee, Hong C and Jones, Marc D and Nagrial, Adnan M and Humphris, Jeremy and Chantrill, Lorraine A and Chin, Venessa and Steinmann, Angela M and Mawson, Amanda and Humphrey, Emily S and Colvin, Emily K and Chou, Angela and Scarlett, Christopher J and Pinho, Andreia V and Giry-Laterriere, Marc and Rooman, Ilse and Samra, Jaswinder S and Kench, James G and Pettitt, Jessica A and Merrett, Neil D and Toon, Christopher and Epari, Krishna and Nguyen, Nam Q and Barbour, Andrew and Zeps, Nikolajs and Jamieson, Nigel B and Graham, Janet S and Niclou, Simone P and Bjerkvig, Rolf and Grützmann, Robert and Aust, Daniela and Hruban, Ralph H and Maitra, Anirban and Iacobuzio-Donahue, Christine A and Wolfgang, Christopher L and Morgan, Richard A and Lawlor, Rita T and Corbo, Vincenzo and Bassi, Claudio and Falconi, Massimo and Zamboni, Giuseppe and Tortora, Giampaolo and Tempero, Margaret A and Gill, Anthony J and Eshleman, James R and Pilarsky, Christian and Scarpa, Aldo and Musgrove, Elizabeth A and Pearson, John V and Biankin, Andrew V and Grimmond, Sean M and Australian Pancreatic Canc Genome and Australian Pancreatic Cancer Genome Initiative
Nature, ISSN 0028-0836, 02/2015, Volume 518, Issue 7540, pp. 495 - 501
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by Patch, Ann-Marie and Christie, Elizabeth L and Etemadmoghadam, Dariush and Garsed, Dale W and George, Joshy and Fereday, Sian and Nones, Katia and Cowin, Prue and Alsop, Kathryn and Bailey, Peter J and Kassahn, Karin S and Newell, Felicity and Quinn, Michael C.J and Kazakoff, Stephen and Quek, Kelly and Wilhelm-Benartzi, Charlotte and Curry, Ed and Leong, Huei San and Hamilton, Anne and Mileshkin, Linda and Au-Yeung, George and Kennedy, Catherine and Hung, Jillian and Chiew, Yoke-Eng and Harnett, Paul and Friedlander, Michael and Quinn, Michael and Pyman, Jan and Cordner, Stephen and O'Brien, Patricia and Leditschke, Jodie and Young, Greg and Strachan, Kate and Waring, Paul and Azar, Walid and Mitchell, Chris and Traficante, Nadia and Hendley, Joy and Thorne, Heather and Shackleton, Mark and Miller, David K and Arnau, Gisela Mir and Tothill, Richard W and Holloway, Timothy P and Semple, Timothy and Harliwong, Ivon and Nourse, Craig and Nourbakhsh, Ehsan and Manning, Suzanne and Idrisoglu, Senel and Bruxner, Timothy J. C and Christ, Angelika N and Poudel, Barsha and Holmes, Oliver and Anderson, Matthew and Leonard, Conrad and Lonie, Andrew and Hall, Nathan and Wood, Scott and Taylor, Darrin F and Xu, Qinying and Lynn Fink, J and Waddell, Nick and Drapkin, Ronny and Stronach, Euan and Gabra, Hani and Brown, Robert and Jewell, Andrea and Nagaraj, Shivashankar H and Markham, Emma and Wilson, Peter J and Ellul, Jason and McNally, Orla and Doyle, Maria A and Vedururu, Ravikiran and Stewart, Collin and Lengyel, Ernst and Pearson, John V and Waddell, Nicola and Defazio, Anna and Grimmond, Sean M and Bowtell, David D. L and Australian Ovarian Canc Study Grp and Australian Ovarian Cancer Study Group and The Australian Ovarian Cancer Study Group
Nature, ISSN 0028-0836, 05/2015, Volume 521, Issue 7553, pp. 489 - 494
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Nature Communications, ISSN 2041-1723, 2014, Volume 5, Issue 1, p. 5224
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by Bailey, Peter and Chang, David K and Nones, Katia and Johns, Amber L and Patch, Ann-Marie and Gingras, Marie-Claude and Miller, David K and Christ, Angelika N and Bruxner, Tim J. C and Quinn, Michael C and Nourse, Craig and Murtaugh, L. Charles and Harliwong, Ivon and Idrisoglu, Senel and Manning, Suzanne and Nourbakhsh, Ehsan and Wani, Shivangi and Fink, Lynn and Holmes, Oliver and Chin, Venessa and Anderson, Matthew J and Kazakoff, Stephen and Leonard, Conrad and Newell, Felicity and Waddell, Nick and Wood, Scott and Xu, Qinying and Wilson, Peter J and Cloonan, Nicole and Kassahn, Karin S and Taylor, Darrin and Quek, Kelly and Robertson, Alan and Pantano, Lorena and Mincarelli, Laura and Sanchez, Luis N and Evers, Lisa and Wu, Jianmin and Pinese, Mark and Cowley, Mark J and Jones, Marc D and Colvin, Emily K and Nagrial, Adnan M and Humphrey, Emily S and Chantrill, Lorraine A and Mawson, Amanda and Humphris, Jeremy and Chou, Angela and Pajic, Marina and Scarlett, Christopher J and Pinho, Andreia V and Giry-Laterriere, Marc and Rooman, Ilse and Samra, Jaswinder S and Kench, James G and Lovell, Jessica A and Merrett, Neil D and Toon, Christopher W and Epari, Krishna and Nguyen, Nam Q and Barbour, Andrew and Zeps, Nikolajs and Moran-Jones, Kim and Jamieson, Nigel B and Graham, Janet S and Duthie, Fraser and Oien, Karin and Hair, Jane and Grützmann, Robert and Maitra, Anirban and Iacobuzio-Donahue, Christine A and Wolfgang, Christopher L and Morgan, Richard A and Lawlor, Rita T and Corbo, Vincenzo and Bassi, Claudio and Rusev, Borislav and Capelli, Paola and Salvia, Roberto and Tortora, Giampaolo and Mukhopadhyay, Debabrata and Petersen, Gloria M and Munzy, Donna M and Fisher, William E and Karim, Saadia A and Eshleman, James R and Hruban, Ralph H and Pilarsky, Christian and Morton, Jennifer P and Sansom, Owen J and Scarpa, Aldo and Musgrove, Elizabeth A and Bailey, Ulla-Maja Hagbo and Hofmann, Oliver and Sutherland, Robert L and Wheeler, David A and Gill, Anthony J and Gibbs, Richard A and Pearson, John V and Waddell, Nicola and ... and Australian Pancreatic Canc Genome and Australian Pancreatic Cancer Genome Initiative
Nature, ISSN 0028-0836, 03/2016, Volume 531, Issue 7592, pp. 47 - 52
Integrated genomic analysis of 456 pancreatic ductal adenocarcinomas identified 32 recurrently mutated genes that aggregate into 10 pathways: KRAS, TGF-beta,... 
PATHWAYS | METASTASIS | DUCTAL ADENOCARCINOMA | PACKAGE | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | TUMOR | MUTATIONS | DIFFERENTIATION | Pancreatic Neoplasms - metabolism | Prognosis | Hepatocyte Nuclear Factor 3-beta - genetics | Genomics | Humans | Carcinoma, Pancreatic Ductal - metabolism | Gene Expression Regulation, Neoplastic | Transcriptome | Hepatocyte Nuclear Factor 3-gamma - genetics | Gene Regulatory Networks | Histone Demethylases - genetics | Tumor Suppressor Protein p53 - genetics | Carcinoma, Pancreatic Ductal - genetics | DNA Methylation | Tumor Suppressor Proteins - genetics | Carcinoma, Pancreatic Ductal - classification | Trans-Activators - genetics | Pancreatic Neoplasms - classification | Transcription, Genetic | Nuclear Proteins - genetics | Carcinoma, Pancreatic Ductal - immunology | Genes, Neoplasm - genetics | Basic Helix-Loop-Helix Transcription Factors - genetics | Pancreatic Neoplasms - pathology | Pancreatic Neoplasms - genetics | Receptors, Cytoplasmic and Nuclear - genetics | Transcription Factors - genetics | DNA-Binding Proteins - genetics | Mutation - genetics | Carcinoma, Pancreatic Ductal - pathology | Genome, Human - genetics | Homeodomain Proteins - genetics | Animals | Pancreatic Neoplasms - immunology | Survival Analysis | Cell Line, Tumor | Mice | Physiological aspects | Pancreatic cancer | Methods | Genes | Genomes | Mutation | Gene expression | Tumors
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The Lancet, ISSN 0140-6736, 06/2018, Volume 391, Issue 10139, pp. 2525 - 2536
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Lancet, The, ISSN 0140-6736, 2017, Volume 389, pp. S42 - S42
Abstract Background Aminoacid catabolism has emerged as an important immune escape mechanism in cancer. Arginase, the enzyme that breaks down arginine, is... 
Internal Medicine | Physiological aspects | Arginine | T cells | Analysis | Tumors | RNA sequencing | Medical research | Enzymes | RNA | Medicine, Experimental | Genetic transcription | Cancer
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by Taylor, Jenny C and Martin, Hilary C and Lise, Stefano and Broxholme, John and Cazier, Jean-Baptiste and Rimmer, Andy and Kanapin, Alexander and Lunter, Gerton and Fiddy, Simon and Allan, Chris and Aricescu, A. Radu and Attar, Moustafa and Babbs, Christian and Becq, Jennifer and Beeson, David and Bento, Celeste and Bignell, Patricia and Blair, Edward and Buckle, Veronica J and Bull, Katherine and Cais, Ondrej and Cario, Holger and Chapel, Helen and Copley, Richard R and Cornall, Richard and Craft, Jude and Dahan, Karin and Davenport, Emma E and Dendrou, Calliope and Devuyst, Olivier and Fenwick, Aimée L and Flint, Jonathan and Fugger, Lars and Gilbert, Rodney D and Goriely, Anne and Green, Angie and Greger, Ingo H and Grocock, Russell and Gruszczyk, Anja V and Hastings, Robert and Hatton, Edouard and Higgs, Doug and Hill, Adrian and Holmes, Chris and Howard, Malcolm and Hughes, Linda and Humburg, Peter and Johnson, David and Karpe, Fredrik and Kingsbury, Zoya and Kini, Usha and Knight, Julian C and Krohn, Jonathan and Lamble, Sarah and Langman, Craig and Lonie, Lorne and Luck, Joshua and McCarthy, Davis and McGowan, Simon J and McMullin, Mary Frances and Miller, Kerry A and Murray, Lisa and Németh, Andrea H and Nesbit, M. Andrew and Nutt, David and Ormondroyd, Elizabeth and Bang Oturai, Annette and Pagnamenta, Alistair and Patel, Smita Y and Percy, Melanie and Petousi, Nayia and Piazza, Paolo and Piret, Sian E and Polanco-Echeverry, Guadalupe and Popitsch, Niko and Powrie, Fiona and Pugh, Chris and Quek, Lynn and Robbins, Peter A and Robson, Kathryn and Russo, Alexandra and Sahgal, Natasha and Van Schouwenburg, Pauline A and Schuh, Anna and Silverman, Earl and Simmons, Alison and Sorensen, Per Soelberg and Sweeney, Elizabeth and Taylor, John and Thakker, Rajesh V and Tomlinson, Ian and Trebes, Amy and Twigg, Stephen R. F and Uhlig, Holm H and Vyas, Paresh and Vyse, Tim and Wall, Steven A and Watkins, Hugh and Whyte, Michael P and Witty, Lorna and ...
Nature Genetics, ISSN 1061-4036, 06/2015, Volume 47, Issue 7, pp. 717 - 726
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