Genomic rearrangement in three dimensions

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Two studies illuminate why genome rearrangements in cancer cells occur where they do.

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Figure 1: Bioinformatic analysis of genome rearrangements.

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Hastings, P., Rosenberg, S. Genomic rearrangement in three dimensions. Nat Biotechnol 29, 1096–1098 (2011) doi:10.1038/nbt.2064

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