Non-IDH1-R132H IDH1/2 mutations are associated with increased DNA methylation and improved survival in astrocytomas, compared to IDH1-R132H mutations

C. Mircea S. Tesileanu, Wies R. Vallentgoed, Marc Sanson, Walter Taal, Paul M. Clement, Wolfgang Wick, Alba Ariela Brandes, Jean Francais Baurain, Olivier L. Chinot, Helen Wheeler, Sanjeev Gill, Matthew Griffin, Leland Rogers, Roberta Rudà, Michael Weller, Catherine McBain, Jaap Reijneveld, Roelien H. Enting, Francesca Caparrotti, Thierry LesimpleSusan Clenton, Anja Gijtenbeek, Elizabeth Lim, Filip de Vos, Paul J. Mulholland, Martin J.B. Taphoorn, Iris de Heer, Youri Hoogstrate, Maurice de Wit, Lorenzo Boggiani, Sanne Venneker, Jan Oosting, Judith V.M.G. Bovée, Sara Erridge, Michael A. Vogelbaum, Anna K. Nowak, Warren P. Mason, Johan M. Kros, Pieter Wesseling, Ken Aldape, Robert B. Jenkins, Hendrikus J. Dubbink, Brigitta Baumert, Vassilis Golfinopoulos, Thierry Gorlia, Martin van den Bent, Pim J. French*

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