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Journal of Medicinal Chemistry, ISSN 0022-2623, 10/2011, Volume 54, Issue 20, pp. 7066 - 7083
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PloS one, ISSN 1932-6203, 2013, Volume 8, Issue 10, pp. e77652 - e77652
Malignant rhabdoid tumors (MRTs) are aggressive pediatric cancers arising in brain, kidney and soft tissues, which are characterized by loss of the tumor... 
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by McDonald, E. Robert and de Weck, Antoine and Schlabach, Michael R and Billy, Eric and Mavrakis, Konstantinos J and Hoffman, Gregory R and Belur, Dhiren and Castelletti, Deborah and Frias, Elizabeth and Gampa, Kalyani and Golji, Javad and Kao, Iris and Li, Li and Megel, Philippe and Perkins, Thomas A and Ramadan, Nadire and Ruddy, David A and Silver, Serena J and Sovath, Sosathya and Stump, Mark and Weber, Odile and Widmer, Roland and Yu, Jianjun and Yu, Kristine and Yue, Yingzi and Abramowski, Dorothee and Ackley, Elizabeth and Barrett, Rosemary and Berger, Joel and Bernard, Julie L and Billig, Rebecca and Brachmann, Saskia M and Buxton, Frank and Caothien, Roger and Caushi, Justina X and Chung, Franklin S and Cortés-Cros, Marta and deBeaumont, Rosalie S and Delaunay, Clara and Desplat, Aurore and Duong, William and Dwoske, Donald A and Eldridge, Richard S and Farsidjani, Ali and Feng, JiaJia and Feng, Fei and Flemming, Daisy and Forrester, William and Galli, Giorgio G and Gao, Zhenhai and Gauter, François and Gibaja, Veronica and Haas, Kristy and Hattenberger, Marc and Hood, Tami and Hurov, Kristen E and Jagani, Zainab and Jenal, Mathias and Johnson, Jennifer A and Jones, Michael D and Kapoor, Avnish and Korn, Joshua and Liu, Jilin and Liu, Shumei and Liu, Qiumei and Liu, Yue and Loo, Alice T and Macchi, Kaitlin J and Martin, Typhaine and McAllister, Gregory and Meyer, Amandine and Mollé, Sandra and Pagliarini, Raymond A and Phadke, Tanushree and Repko, Brian and Schouwey, Tanja and Shanahan, Frances and Shen, Qiong and Stamm, Christelle and Stephan, Christine and Stucke, Volker M and Tiedt, Ralph and Varadarajan, Malini and Venkatesan, Kavitha and Vitari, Alberto C and Wallroth, Marco and Weiler, Jan and Zhang, Jing and Mickanin, Craig and Myer, Vic E and Porter, Jeffery A and Lai, Albert and Bitter, Hans and Lees, Emma and Keen, Nicholas and Kauffmann, Audrey and Stegmeier, Frank and Hofmann, Francesco and Schmelzle, Tobias and Sellers, William R
Cell, ISSN 0092-8674, 07/2017, Volume 170, Issue 3, pp. 577 - 592.e10
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Journal of Huntington's Disease, ISSN 1879-6397, 2018, Volume 7, Issue 3, pp. 209 - 222
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Molecular cancer therapeutics, 08/2019
Hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) is the most common primary malignancy of the liver and it is the third leading cause of cancer-related deaths worldwide.... 
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