Gain of function (Dynamic mutation)

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Immense amounts of data on neoplasia-associated chromosomal aberrations have been collected during the last three decades. At present chromosome abnormalities identified by various banding techniques have been described in more than 55 000 human neoplasms. An increasing number of these aberrations h ...
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