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Fig. 2 | Breast Cancer Research

Fig. 2

From: Contralateral breast cancer can represent a metastatic spread of the first primary tumor: determination of clonal relationship between contralateral breast cancers using next-generation whole genome sequencing

Fig. 2

Tumor genetic barcodes of chromosomal rearrangements for individual tumors. All nonredundant chromosomal rearrangements were included and their presence in each tumor denoted by a line. The rearrangements were plotted in the order of genomic location for the end of the fusion that appears first in the genome. Color coding below indicates which two chromosomes where involved in each rearrangement. BC1 first breast cancer, BC2 second breast cancer

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