A NOTCH1 gene copy number gain is a prognostic indicator of worse survival and a predictive biomarker to a Notch1 targeting antibody in colorectal cancer

John J. Arcaroli, W. M. Tai, Ryan Mcwilliams, Stacey Bagby, Patrick J. Blatchford, Marileila Varella-Garcia, Alicia Purkey, Kevin S. Quackenbush, Eun Kee Song, Todd M. Pitts, Dexiang Gao, Chris Lieu, Martine Mcmanus, Aik Choon Tan, Xianxian Zheng, Qin Zhang, Mark Ozeck, Peter Olson, Zhi Qin Jiang, Scott KopetzAntonio Jimeno, Stephen Keysar, Gail Eckhardt, Wells A. Messersmith

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