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., include the development of molecular genetic assays for the diagnosis, prognosis and treatment of solid tumors; clinical next-generation sequencing (NGS) technology for hereditary and somatic diseases; and molecular cytology and c...
B cell development involves the rearrangement of immunoglobulin (Ig) gene segments, conferring on each mature B cell a unique combination of one heavy and one light chain variable region gene (VH and VL) that subsequently may undergo somatic...
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Unlike somatic mutations with a low recurrence frequency in most cancers, DNA methylation changes occur more universally.
They have published a large number of preclinical studies that support the use of these peptides to treat schizophrenia, Parkinson's disease and various types of pain (somatic, visceral and neuropathic).
Nonetheless, SDH mutations inherited from a parent set the stage for random and accidental loss of the remaining healthy SDH gene copy in somatic cells.
In particular, investigators will assess whether defects in cancer susceptibility genes and somatic alterations in genes implicated in HRR deficiency influence rucaparib response in pancreatic cancer cells.
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