Large Sequencing Study Hints At Splicing Gene Defects in Subset of CLL Cases | GenomeWeb

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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – A genome and exome sequencing study of 91 individuals with chronic lymphocytic leukemia has uncovered CLL-associated mutations in genes and pathways known to contribute to the disease as well as others not suspected previously, including components of the messenger RNA splicing system.

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