Published in Cancer Weekly, December 28th, 2004
Now, in a paper in the International Journal of Cancer, the team has determined "the frequency of previously described mutations (n=7) and 13 mutations identified in French Canadian families since 1998, in a new group of families (n=88)."
K.K. Oros and colleagues reported, "Four of the previously described mutations, 4446C > T, 2953delGTAinsC, 8765delAG, and 6085C > T, account for 72% and 69%...
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