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Whole-genome sequencing identifies ADGRG6 enhancer mutations and FRS2 duplications as angiogenesis-related drivers in bladder cancer

Study ID Alternative Stable ID Type
EGAS00001003388 Other

Study Description

Bladder cancer is one of the most common and highly vascularized cancers. To better understand its genomic structure and underlying etiology, we conducted whole-genome sequencing in 65 urothelial bladder carcinomas (the most common type of bladder cancer) and identified recurrent genetic alterations in a set of angiogenesis genes, facilitating the understanding of molecular mechanisms underlying pathological angiogenesis in this type of cancer.

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EGAD00001004545
65 paired tumor and normal whole-genome sequencing samples from urothelial bladder carcinomas (UBC, the most common type of bladder cancer) are used to uncover the whole-genome mutational landscape of UBC. Recurrent mutations in noncoding regions affecting gene regulatory elements and structural variations leading to gene disruptions are prevalent in this type of cancer.
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