Mutations within the gene encoding the DNA helicase RECQL4 underlie the autosomal recessive cancer-predisposition disorder Rothmund-Thomson syndrome, though it is unclear how these mutations lead to disease. Here, we demonstrated that somatic deletion of
Monique F. Smeets, Elisabetta DeLuca, Meaghan Wall, Julie M. Quach, Alistair M. Chalk, Andrew J. Deans, Jörg Heierhorst, Louise E. Purton, David J. Izon, Carl R. Walkley
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