Detection of Enhancer-Associated Rearrangements Reveals Mechanisms of Oncogene Dysregulation in B-cell Lymphoma
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Lymphomas are a prevalent and heterogeneous family of cancers arising in cells of the immune system. Drivers of lymphomagenesis include genomic rearrangements that juxtapose active regulatory elements with specific oncogene targets, as well as mutations affecting specific transcription factors and chromatin regulatory proteins. This study seeks to combine genome-wide genetic and epigenetic datasets to better understand mechanisms of oncogene dysregulation across distinct lymphoma types.