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Published in Benign Hematology

Journal Scan / Research · October 12, 2022

Secondary-Type Mutations Do Not Impact Prognosis of NPM1-Mutated AML

American Journal of Hematology

 

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American Journal of Hematology
Secondary-type mutations do not impact prognosis in acute myelogenous leukemia AML with mutated NPM1
Am. J. Hematol 2022 Sep 15;[EPub Ahead of Print], MF Wright, O Pozdnyakova, RP Hasserjian, N Aggarwal, AC Shaver, OK Weinberg, R Irlmeier, T Koyama, AC Seegmiller, SA Strickland, EF Mason

From MEDLINE®/PubMed®, a database of the U.S. National Library of Medicine.

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