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Microsatellite instability profiling of Lynch syndrome-associated cancers

13 April 2009

PhD ceremony: A.M. Monteiro Ferreira, 10.30 uur, Senaatskamer, Academiegebouw, Broerstraat 5, Groningen

Thesis: Microsatellite instability profiling of Lynch syndrome-associated cancers

Promotor(s): prof. R.M.W. Hofstra, prof. R. Seruca

Faculty: Medical Sciences

 

This thesis has provided new insights into the process of microsatellite instability-related tumor development.

 

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