Lung neuroendocrine tumours: deep sequencing of the four World Health Organization histotypes reveals chromatin-remodelling genes as major players and a prognostic role for TERT, RB1, MEN1 and KMT2D

M Simbolo, A. Mafficini, Katarzyna Otylia Sikora, M Fassan, S Barbi, V Corbo, L. Mastracci, B Rusev, F. Grillo, C. Vicentini, R. Ferrara, Sara Pilotto, Federico Davini, G. Pelosi, Rita T. Lawlor, Marco Chilosi, G. Tortora, Emilio Bria, G. Fontanini, Marco VolanteA. Scarpa

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