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20175-Hydroxymethylcytosine is a Nuclear Biomarker to Assess Biological Potential in Histologically Ambiguous Heavily Pigmented Melanocytic NeoplasmsSaw, Robyn; Scolyer, Richard; Vilain, Ricardo; Bresler, S; Fletcher, C; Frank, A; Granter, S; Hu, N; Lee, J; Lian, Christine; Mihm, M; Murphy, G; Xu, S; Central Clinical School: Surgery; Central Clinical School: Pathology; Central Clinical School: Pathology5-Hydroxymethylcytosine is a Nuclear Biomarker to Assess Biological Potential in Histologically Ambiguous Heavily Pigmented Melanocytic Neoplasms, Journal Of Cutaneous Pathology, vol.44, 3, 2017,pp 249-255
2014Identification of a melanoma susceptibility locus and somatic mutation in TET2Armstrong, Bruce; Cust, Anne; Kefford, Richard (Rick); Mann, Graham; Amos, Christopher; et al, .; Fang, Shenying; Iles, Mark; Law, Matthew; Lee, Jeffery E.; Lian, Christine; Lindeman, Neal; Liu, Hongliang; MacGregor, Stuart; Song, Fengju; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Public Health; Western Clinical School: Westmead Millennium Institute; Western Clinical School: Westmead Millennium InstituteIdentification of a melanoma susceptibility locus and somatic mutation in TET2, Carcinogenesis, vol.35, 9, 2014,pp 2097-2101
2014Loss of 5-hydroxymethylcytosine correlates with increasing morphologic dysplasia in melanocytic tumors.Scolyer, Richard; Thompson, John; Yosufi, Benafsha; Dresser, Karen; Larson, Allison; Lezcano, Cecilia; Lian, Christine; Mihm, Martin C Jr; Murphy, George; Shi, Yujiang G; Woda, Bruce A; Zhan, Qian; Central Clinical School: Pathology; Central Clinical School: Surgery; Central Clinical School: PathologyLoss of 5-hydroxymethylcytosine correlates with increasing morphologic dysplasia in melanocytic tumors., Modern Pathology, vol.27, 7, 2014,pp 936-944
2012Loss of 5-Hydroxymethylcytosine Is an Epigenetic Hallmark of MelanomaKakavand, Hojabr; Scolyer, Richard; Thompson, John; Ceol, Craig; Dresser, Karen; et al, Various; Hu, Yeguang; Larson, Allison; Lian, Christine; Tan, Li; Wu, Feizhen; Xu, Wenqi; Xu, Yufei; Zhan, Qian; Central Clinical School: Melonoma & Skin Cancer Res. Inst.; Central Clinical School: Pathology; Central Clinical School: SurgeryLoss of 5-Hydroxymethylcytosine Is an Epigenetic Hallmark of Melanoma, Cell, vol.150, 6, 2012,pp 1135-1146