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A novel nonsense EIF1AX mutation identified in a thyroid nodule histologically diagnosed as oncocytic carcinoma

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The study was supported by the Umberto Di Mario Foundation, the “Sapienza” University of Rome (grant RM11715C7DD0EF56 to S.F.) and by PRIN 2015 (grant Prot. 2015HPMLFY to C.D.).

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Sponziello, M., Silvestri, G., Verrienti, A. et al. A novel nonsense EIF1AX mutation identified in a thyroid nodule histologically diagnosed as oncocytic carcinoma. Endocrine 62, 492–495 (2018). https://doi.org/10.1007/s12020-018-1611-7

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