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25-Sep-2015A mutation in the POT1 gene is responsible for cardiac angiosarcoma in TP53-negative Li-Fraumeni-like familiesCalvete, Oriol; Martinez, Paula; Garcia Pavia, Pablo; Benitez Buelga, Carlos; Paumard Hernández, Beatriz; Fernandez, Victoria; Dominguez, Fernando; Salas, Clara; Romero Laorden, Nuria; Garcia Donas, Jesus; Carrillo, Jaime; Perona, Rosario; Triviño, Juan Carlos; Andrés, Raquel; Cano, Juana María; Rivera, Barbara; Alonso Pulpon, Luis; Setién, Fernando; Esteller, Manel; Rodriguez Perales, Sandra; Bougeard, Gaelle; Frebourg, Tierry; Urioste, Miguel; Blasco, María A.; Benitez, Javier
13-May-2021Common clonal origin of chronic myelomonocytic leukemia and B-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia in a patient with a germline CHEK2 variantBazinet, Alexandre; Heath, John; Chong, Anne-Sophie; Simo-Cheyou, Estelle R.; Worme, Samantha; Rivera, Barbara; Foulkes, William D.; Caplan, Stephen; Johnson, Nathalie A.; Orthwein, Alexandre; Mercier, François E.
25-Aug-2021Current gene panels account for nearly all homologous recombination repair-associated multiple-case breast cancer familiesMatis, Thibaut S.; Zayed, Nadia; Labraki, Bouchra; Ladurantaye, Manon de; Matis, Théophane A.; Camacho Valenzuela, José; Hamel, Nancy; Atayan, Adrienne; Rivera, Barbara; Tabach, Yuval; Tonin, Patricia N.; Orthwein, Alexandre; Mes Masson, Anne-Marie; El Haffaf, Zaki; Foulkes, William D.; Polak, Paz
28-Jan-2021Investigating the causal role of MRE11A p.E506* in breast and ovarian cancerElkholi, Islam E.; Iorio, Massimo Di; Fahiminiya, Somayyeh; Arcand, Suzanna L.; Han, Hyerim; Nogué, Clara; Behl, Supriya; Hamel, Nancy; Giroux, Sylvie; Ladurantaye, Manon de; Aleynikova, Olga; Gotlieb, Walter H.; Côté, Jean-François; Rousseau, François; Tonin, Patricia N.; Provencher, Diane; Mesmasson, Anne-Marie; Akbari, Mohammad R.; Rivera, Barbara; Foulkes, William D.
20-Apr-2021Typical 22q11.2 deletion syndrome appears to confer a reduced risk of schwannomaEvans, D. Gareth; Messiaen, Ludwine M.; Foulkes, William D.; Irving, Rachel E. A.; Murray, Alexandra J.; Perez-becerril, Cristina; Rivera, Barbara; McDonald McGinn, Donna M.; Stevenson, David A.; Smith, Miriam J.