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Published in Bladder Cancer

Journal Scan / Research · November 16, 2022

Impact of FOXA1 Repression on Lineage Plasticity and Immune Heterogeneity in Bladder Cancers With Squamous Differentiation

Nature Communications


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Nature Communications
FOXA1 repression drives lineage plasticity and immune heterogeneity in bladder cancers with squamous differentiation
Nat Commun 2022 Nov 02;13(1)6575, JI Warrick, W Hu, H Yamashita, V Walter, L Shuman, JM Craig, LL Gellert, MAA Castro, AG Robertson, F Kuo, I Ostrovnaya, J Sarungbam, YB Chen, A Gopalan, SJ Sirintrapun, SW Fine, SK Tickoo, K Kim, J Thomas, N Karan, SP Gao, TN Clinton, AT Lenis, TA Chan, Z Chen, M Rao, TJ Hollman, Y Li, ND Socci, S Chavan, A Viale, N Mohibullah, BH Bochner, EJ Pietzak, MY Teo, G Iyer, JE Rosenberg, DF Bajorin, M Kaag, SB Merrill, M Joshi, R Adam, JA Taylor, PE Clark, JD Raman, VE Reuter, Y Chen, SA Funt, DB Solit, DJ DeGraff, HA Al-Ahmadie

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