Revisiting signatures of neutral tumor evolution in the light of complexity of cancer genomic data

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Fig. 1: Fitting neutral-evolution model to genomic data for tumors with different clonality.

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S.D. acknowledges support from NIH grant P30CA072720.

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A.B. contributed to data analysis. S.D. conceived the project, contributed to data analysis, interpreted the results, and wrote the manuscript.

Correspondence to Subhajyoti De.

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