Morphological and molecular features of astroblastoma, including BRAFV600E mutations, suggest an ontological relationship to other cortical-based gliomas of children and young adults

Norman L. Lehman, Eyas M. Hattab, Bret C. Mobley, Aisulu Usubalieva, Matthew J. Schniederjan, Roger E. McLendon, Werner Paulus, Elisabeth J. Rushing, Maria Magdalena Georgescu, Marta Couce, Mohanpal S. Dulai, Mark L. Cohen, Christopher R. Pierson, Jack M. Raisanen, Sarah E. Martin, Trang D. Lehman, Eric S. Lipp, Jose M. Bonnin, Mousa A. Al-Abbadi, Kara KenworthyKevin Zhao, Nehad Mohamed, Guojuan Zhang, Weiqiang Zhao

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