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Reconstructing clonal evolution in relapsed and non-relapsed Burkitt lymphoma

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Fig. 1: Categorization of clonal evolution.
Fig. 2: Clonal evolution of relapsing patients.

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This work is supported by grants from Löwenkinder—Verein zur Unterstützung krebskranker Kinder e.V., Deutsche Kinderkrebsstiftung for support of the NHL-BFM Registry 2012 (DKS 2014.11A/B), Kinderkrebsinitiative Buchholz (KKI), Holm-Seppensen, and Medizinerkolleg Münster (MedK) of Westfälische Wilhelms-University of Münster.

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Reutter, K., Sandmann, S., Rohde, J. et al. Reconstructing clonal evolution in relapsed and non-relapsed Burkitt lymphoma. Leukemia (2020). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41375-020-0862-5

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