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Classifying EGFR Mutations by Structure and Function


Judy M2

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Someone just posted this on FB and it is so interesting. I didn't know there were 70 different EGFR mutations. This must be why some people do so well on current targeted therapies and others don't. 

https://www.mdanderson.org/newsroom/classifying-egfr-mutations-by-structure-and-function.h00-159464001.html

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Fascinating read, I went to the original Nature article in the link.  Gave me hope as I have a "classical" mutation of exon 19 deletion.  And hope that they can do more research for atypical mutations. 

Cordelia

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