Clinically aggressive pediatric spinal ependymoma with novel MYC amplification demonstrates molecular and histopathologic similarity to newly described MYCN-amplified spinal ependymomas

Margaret Shatara, Kathleen M. Schieffer, Darren Klawinski, Diana L. Thomas, Christopher R. Pierson, Eric A. Sribnick, Jeremy Jones, Diana P. Rodriguez, Carol Deeg, Elizabeth Hamelberg, Stephanie LaHaye, Katherine E. Miller, James Fitch, Benjamin Kelly, Kristen Leraas, Ruthann Pfau, Peter White, Vincent Magrini, Richard K. Wilson, Elaine R. MardisMohamed S. Abdelbaki, Jonathan L. Finlay, Daniel R. Boué, Catherine E. Cottrell, David R. Ghasemi, Kristian W. Pajtler, Diana S. Osorio

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