PIK3CA and PTEN Gene and Exon Mutation-Specific Clinicopathologic and Molecular Associations in Colorectal Cancer
Fiona L Day, Robert N Jorissen, Lara Lipton, Dmitri Mouradov, Anuratha Sakthianandeswaren, Michael Christie, Shan Li, Cary Tsui, Jeannie Tie, Jayesh Desai, Zheng-Zhou Xu, Peter Molloy, Vicki Whitehall, Barbara A Leggett, Ian T Jones, Stephen McLaughlin, Robyn L Ward, Nicholas J Hawkins, Andrew R Ruszkiewicz, James Moore Show all
Clinical Cancer Research | AMER ASSOC CANCER RESEARCH | Published : 2013
Awarded by National Health and Medical Research Council
This study was supported by the CSIRO Preventative Health Flagship through an Australian Cancer Grid Project Grant (to L. Lipton, P. Gibbs, and O.M. Sieber), the National Health and Medical Research Council through a Project Grant (Application ID 489418; to L. Lipton, O.M. Sieber, P. Gibbs, and R. L. Ward), the Hilton Ludwig Cancer Metastasis Initiative (to L. Lipton, P. Gibbs, and O.M. Sieber), and the Victorian Government through a Victorian Cancer Agency Translation Cancer Research Grant (to L. Lipton, P. Gibbs, and O.M. Sieber). F. L. Day and M. Christie are supported by the Cancer Council Victoria through a Postgraduate Cancer Research Scholarship and L. Lipton by the CSIRO Preventative Health Flagship through a Clinical Researcher Fellowship. J. Tie is supported by the Victorian Government through a Victorian Cancer Agency Researcher Fellowship and an ASCO Cancer Foundation Young Investigator Award.