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Clear Cell Hidradenoma of the Skin-A Third Tumor Type With a t(11;19)-Associated TORC1-MAML2 Gene Fusion: Genes Chromosomes Cancer. 2005;43:202-205.

Recent cloning of the MEC-1/MAML2 gene, resulting from translocations of chromosomes 11q21 and 19p23, has for the first time linked specific genetic alterations to the development of specific salivary gland tumors. Such a unique finding in an epithelial neoplasm opens new horizons in understanding the evolution of these tumors and allows for the development of therapeutic modalities that target these events.[1]


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