EYA4 is inactivated biallelically at a high frequency in sporadic lung cancer and is associated with familial lung cancer risk

I. M. Wilson, E. A. Vucic, K. S.S. Enfield, K. L. Thu, Y. A. Zhang, R. Chari, W. W. Lockwood, N. Radulovich, D. T. Starczynowski, J. P. Banáth, M. Zhang, A. Pusic, M. Fuller, K. M. Lonergan, D. Rowbotham, J. Yee, J. C. English, T. P.H. Buys, S. A. Selamat, I. A. Laird-OffringaP. Liu, M. Anderson, M. You, M. S. Tsao, C. J. Brown, K. L. Bennewith, C. E. MacAulay, A. Karsan, A. F. Gazdar, S. Lam, W. L. Lam

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