Cancer

J. Li, C. Yen, D. Liaw, K. Podsypanina, S. Bose, S.I. Wang, J. Puc, C. Miliaresis, L. Rodgers, R. McCombie, S.H. Bigner, B.C. Giovanella, M. Ittman, B. Tycko, H. Hibshoosh, M.W. Wigler, R. Parsons, "PTEN, a putative protein tyrosine phosphatase gene mutated in human brain, breast, and prostate cancer," Science, 275:1943-7, 1997. (Cited in more than 270 papers since publication) Peter A. Steck Comments by Ramon Parsons , professor of pathology and medicine, Columbia University Cancer Center,

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Mar 28, 1999

J. Li, C. Yen, D. Liaw, K. Podsypanina, S. Bose, S.I. Wang, J. Puc, C. Miliaresis, L. Rodgers, R. McCombie, S.H. Bigner, B.C. Giovanella, M. Ittman, B. Tycko, H. Hibshoosh, M.W. Wigler, R. Parsons, "PTEN, a putative protein tyrosine phosphatase gene mutated in human brain, breast, and prostate cancer," Science, 275:1943-7, 1997. (Cited in more than 270 papers since publication)


Comments by  Ramon Parsons , professor of pathology and medicine, Columbia University Cancer Center, New York


P.A. Steck, M.A. Pershouse, S.A. Jasser, W.K.A. Yung, H. Lin, A.H. Ligon, L.A. Langford, M.L. Baumgard, T. Hattier, T. Davis, C. Frye, R. Hu, B. Swedlund, D.H.F. Teng, S.V. Tavtigian, "Identification of a candidate tumour suppressor gene, MMAC1, at chromosome 10q23.3 that is mutated in multiple advanced cancers," Nature Genetics, 15:356-62, 1997. (Cited in more than 235 papers since publication)

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