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1. Copyright ©) American Society for Investigative Pathology Comparative Genomic Hybridization of Human Malignant Gliomas Reveals Multiple Amplification Sites and Nonrandom...

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2. Advances in Brief Allelic Loss and the Progression of Breast Cancer'

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3. Phy M: an RNase activity specific for U and A residues useful in RNA sequence analysis


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4. Site specific enzymatic cleavage of RNA


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5. RNA Sequencing Provides Evidence for Allelism of Determinants of the N-, B-, or NB- Tropism of Murine Leukemia Viruses


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6. Nucleotide sequences associated with differences in electrophoretic mobility of envelope glycoprotein gp70 and with GIX antigen phenotype of certain murine leukemia viruses

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7. Mapping adenines, guanines, and pyrimidines in RNA


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8. Association Between Prostate Cancer in Black Americans and an Allele of the PADPRP Pseudogene Locus on Chromosome 13


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9. The Finding of a Somatic Deletion in RET exon 15 Clarified the Sporadic Nature of a Medullary Thyroid Carcinoma Suspected to be Familial


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10. Mapping Adenines, Guanines, and Pyrimidines in RNA


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