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BRD4 bromodomain gene rearrangement in aggressive carcinoma with translocation t(15;19).
Upper respiratory tract carcinoma with chromosomal translocation 15;19: evidence for a distinct disease entity of young patients with a rapidly fatal course.
Midline carcinoma of children and young adults with NUT rearrangement.
Successful treatment of a child with t(15;19)-positive tumor.
Chromosomes, Human, Pair 19
T(15;19) in Aggressive Pediatric Carcinoma
Nuclear protein in testis (NUT) midline carcinoma with a novel three-way translocation (4;15;19)(q13;q14;p13.1).
Pediatric NUT-midline carcinoma: Therapeutic success employing a sarcoma based multimodal approach.
Chromosomes Human Pair 19