Insertional mutagenesis in mice deficient for p15Ink4b, p16 Ink4a, p21Cip1, and p27Kip1 reveals cancer gene interactions and correlations with tumor phenotypes

Jaap Kool, Anthony G. Uren, Carla P. Martins, Daoud Sie, Jeroen De Ridder, Geoffrey Turner, Miranda Van Uitert, Konstantin Matentzoglu, Wendy Lagcher, Paul Krimpenfort, Jules Gadiot, Colin Pritchard, Jack Lenz, Anders H. Lund, Jos Jonkers, Jane Rogers, David J. Adams, Lodewyk Wessels, Anton Berns, Maarten Van Lohuizen

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