RUNX1-mutated families show phenotype heterogeneity and a somatic mutation profile unique to germline predisposed AML

Anna L. Brown, Peer Arts, Catherine L. Carmichael, Milena Babic, Julia Dobbins, Chan Eng Chong, Andreas W. Schreiber, Jinghua Feng, Kerry Phillips, Paul P.S. Wang, Thuong Ha, Claire C. Homan, Sarah L. King-Smith, Lesley Rawlings, Cassandra Vakulin, Andrew Dubowsky, Jessica Burdett, Sarah Moore, Grace McKavanagh, Denae HenryAmanda Wells, Belinda Mercorella, Mario Nicola, Jeffrey Suttle, Ella Wilkins, Xiao Chun Li, Joelle Michaud, Peter Brautigan, Ping Cannon, Meryl Altree, Louise Jaensch, Miriam Fine, Carolyn Butcher, Richard J. D'Andrea, Ian D. Lewis, Devendra K. Hiwase, Elli Papaemmanuil, Marshall S. Horwitz, Georges Natsoulis, Hugh Y. Rienhoff, Nigel Patton, Sally Mapp, Rachel Susman, Susan Morgan, Julian Cooney, Mark Currie, Uday Popat, Tilmann Bochtler, Shai Izraeli, Kenneth Bradstock, Lucy A. Godley, Alwin Kr¨amer, Stefan Fröhling, Andrew H. Wei, Cecily Forsyth, Helen Mar Fan, Nicola K. Poplawski, Christopher N. Hahn, Hamish S. Scott

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