Copy Number Study Reveals Recurrent Deletion in Aggressive, Non-Melanoma Skin Cancer

Using array comparative genomic hybridization, a team of researchers from the US looked at copy number patterns in dozens of healthy, pre-cancerous, and cancerous skin samples, identifying a recurrent chromosome 10 deletion associated with an aggressive form of skin cancer called cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma.

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