Integrative and comparative genomic analyses identify clinically relevant pulmonary carcinoid groups and unveil the supra-carcinoids

N. Alcala, N. Leblay, A. A.G. Gabriel, L. Mangiante, D. Hervas, T. Giffon, A. S. Sertier, A. Ferrari, J. Derks, A. Ghantous, T. M. Delhomme, A. Chabrier, C. Cuenin, B. Abedi-Ardekani, A. Boland, R. Olaso, V. Meyer, J. Altmuller, F. Le Calvez-Kelm, G. DurandC. Voegele, S. Boyault, L. Moonen, N. Lemaitre, P. Lorimier, A. C. Toffart, A. Soltermann, J. H. Clement, J. Saenger, J. K. Field, M. Brevet, C. Blanc-Fournier, F. Galateau-Salle, N. Le Stang, P. A. Russell, G. Wright, G. Sozzi, U. Pastorino, S. Lacomme, J. M. Vignaud, V. Hofman, P. Hofman, O. T. Brustugun, M. Lund-Iversen, V. Thomas de Montpreville, L. A. Muscarella, P. Graziano, H. Popper, J. Stojsic, J. F. Deleuze, Z. Herceg, A. Viari, P. Nuernberg, G. Pelosi, A. M.C. Dingemans, M. Milione, L. Roz, L. Brcic, M. Volante, M. G. Papotti, C. Caux, J. Sandoval, H. Hernandez-Vargas, E. Brambilla, E. J.M. Speel, N. Girard, S. Lantuejoul, J. D. McKay, M. Foll, L. Fernandez-Cuesta

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