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PPM1D mutations appear in complete remission after exposure to chemotherapy without predicting emerging AML relapse

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Fig. 1: Evolution of PPM1D and co-occuring mutations during treatment in AML patients with relapse.
Fig. 2: Evolution of PPM1D and co-occuring mutations during treatment in AML patients without relapse.

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Al Hinai, A.S.A., Grob, T., Rijken, M. et al. PPM1D mutations appear in complete remission after exposure to chemotherapy without predicting emerging AML relapse. Leukemia (2021). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41375-021-01155-y

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