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Heterogeneous prevalence of somatic mutations in KRAS, BRAF, and PIK3CA genes among patients with colorectal carcinoma: Clues from Sardinia.
Grazia Palomba
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Maria Colombino
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Antonio Silverio Contu
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Bruno Massidda
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Giovanni Baldino
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Antonio Pazzola
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Maria Teresa Ionta
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Vittorio Trova
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Tito Sedda
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Francesco Tanda
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Giuseppe Palmieri
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Antonio Cossu
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