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Brain segmentation at different levels is generally represented as hierarchical trees. Brain regional atrophy at specific levels was found to be marginally associated with Alzheimer's disease outcomes. In this study, we propose an L1-type regularizat...
Bailey, Peter;Chang, David K;Nones, Katia;Johns, Amber L;Patch, Ann-Marie;Gingras, Marie-Claude;Miller, David K;Christ, Angelika N;Bruxner, Tim J C;Quinn, Michael C;Nourse, Craig;Murtaugh, L Charles;Harliwong, Ivon;Idrisoglu, Senel;Manning, Suzanne;Nourbakhsh, Ehsan;Wani, Shivangi;Fink, Lynn;Holmes, Oliver;Chin, Venessa;Anderson, Matthew J;Kazakoff, Stephen;Leonard, Conrad;Newell, Felicity;Waddell, Nick;Wood, Scott;Xu, Qinying;Wilson, Peter J;Cloonan, Nicole;Kassahn, Karin S;Taylor, Darrin;Quek, Kelly;Robertson, Alan;Pantano, Lorena;Mincarelli, Laura;Sanchez, Luis N;Evers, Lisa;Wu, Jianmin;Pinese, Mark;Cowley, Mark J;Jones, Marc D;Colvin, Emily K;Nagrial, Adnan M;Humphrey, Emily S;Chantrill, Lorraine A;Mawson, Amanda;Humphris, Jeremy;Chou, Angela;Pajic, Marina;Scarlett, Christopher J;Pinho, Andreia V;Giry-Laterriere, Marc;Rooman, Ilse;Samra, Jaswinder S;Kench, James G;Lovell, Jessica A;Merrett, Neil D;Toon, Christopher W;Epari, Krishna;Nguyen, Nam Q;Barbour, Andrew;Zeps, Nikolajs;Moran-Jones, Kim;Jamieson, Nigel B;Graham, Janet S;Duthie, Fraser;Oien, Karin;Hair, Jane;Grützmann, Robert;Maitra, Anirban;Iacobuzio-Donahue, Christine A;Wolfgang, Christopher L;Morgan, Richard A;Lawlor, Rita T;Corbo, Vincenzo;Bassi, Claudio;Rusev, Borislav;Capelli, Paola;Salvia, Roberto;Tortora, Giampaolo;Mukhopadhyay, Debabrata;Petersen, Gloria M;Munzy, Donna M;Fisher, William E;Karim, Saadia A;Eshleman, James R;Hruban, Ralph H;Pilarsky, Christian;Morton, Jennifer P;Sansom, Owen J;Scarpa, Aldo;Musgrove, Elizabeth A;Bailey, Ulla-Maja Hagbo;Hofmann, Oliver;Sutherland, Robert L;Wheeler, David A;Gill, Anthony J;Gibbs, Richard A;Pearson, John V;Waddell, Nicola;Biankin, Andrew V
Integrated genomic analysis of 456 pancreatic ductal adenocarcinomas identified 32 recurrently mutated genes that aggregate into 10 pathways: KRAS, TGF-β, WNT, NOTCH, ROBO/SLIT signalling, G1/S transition, SWI-SNF, chromatin modification, DNA repair ...