TMEM30A loss-of-function mutations drive lymphomagenesis and confer therapeutically exploitable vulnerability in B-cell lymphoma

Daisuke Ennishi, Shannon Healy, Ali Bashashati, Saeed Saberi, Christoffer Hother, Anja Mottok, Fong Chun Chan, Lauren Chong, Libin Abraham, Robert Kridel, Merrill Boyle, Barbara Meissner, Tomohiro Aoki, Katsuyoshi Takata, Bruce W. Woolcock, Elena Viganò, Michael Gold, Laurie L. Molday, Robert S. Molday, Adele TeleniusMichael Y. Li, Nicole Wretham, Nancy Dos Santos, Mark Wong, Natasja N. Viller, Robert A. Uger, Gerben Duns, Abigail Baticados, Angel Madero, Brianna N. Bristow, Pedro Farinha, Graham W. Slack, Susana Ben-Neriah, Daniel Lai, Allen W. Zhang, Sohrab Salehi, Hennady P. Shulha, Derek S. Chiu, Sara Mostafavi, Alina S. Gerrie, Da Wei Huang, Christopher Rushton, Diego Villa, Laurie H. Sehn, Kerry J. Savage, Andrew J. Mungall, Andrew P. Weng, Marcel B. Bally, Ryan D. Morin, Gabriela V. Cohen Freue, Louis M. Staudt, Joseph M. Connors, Marco A. Marra, Sohrab P. Shah, Randy D. Gascoyne, David W. Scott, Christian Steidl

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