Patterns of Oncogene Activation and TSG Inactivation.
<p>All 117 tumours are sorted by the presence (1) or absence (0) of specific aberrations in <i>Notch1</i>, <i>Ikzf1</i>, <i>Pten</i>, <i>Trp53</i> and <i>Bcl11b</i>, with (-) denoting an unclear result. Patterns of activation/inactivation are highlighted by letter codes as shown in the key, for <i>Notch1</i> (A-E), <i>Ikzf1</i> (F-H) and <i>Pten</i> (I-K). Almost complete LOH at the <i>Bcl11b</i> locus can be observed, along with high frequency of <i>Notch1</i> aberrations. <i>Pten</i> aberrations, and particularly homozygous <i>Pten</i> mutations, are more frequently associated with tumours not carrying the combined 5′ Deletion and PEST mutation in <i>Notch1</i>.</p
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DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0130666.g005
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