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Cold Spring Harbor Molecular Case Studies: Bloom syndrome in a Mexican-American family with rhabdomyosarcoma: evidence of a Mexican founder mutation (Bishop, Chen, Tomlinson)

April 9, 2021

Erin H. Sybouts1,2,11, Adam D. Brown1,2,8,11, Maria G. Falcon-Cantrill3,9,11, Martha H. Thomas1,10, Thomas DeNapoli4,5, Julie Voeller5,6, Yidong Chen1,7, Gail E. Tomlinson1,3 and Alexander J.R. Bishop1,2 Abstract Bloom syndrome is a rare autosomal rece …


APPLICATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED: Greehey CCRI Donald G McEwen, Memorial Summer 2021 Undergraduate Research Program

April 6, 2021

Applications are now being accepted for the Greehey CCRI Undergraduate Summer Internship Program.   The purpose of the Greehey CCRI Undergraduate Summer Internship Program is to allow talented undergraduate students interested in a career in academic r …


Springer Link: Genetic markers for treatment-related pancreatitis in a cohort of Hispanic children with acute lymphoblastic leukemia

May 24, 2020

Allison C. Grimes, Yidong Chen, Hima Bansal, Christine Aguilar, Luz Perez Prado, Gerardo Quezada, Jaime Estrada & Gail E. Tomlinson Abstract Purpose Treatment-related pancreatitis (TRP) is a serious complication occurring in children with acute lym …


Familial Cancer: Highly aggressive thoracic desmoid tumors in adolescent siblings with fatal outcomes in an FAP kindred: a need for increased vigilance and intervention in at-risk AYAs

April 13, 2020

Mohamed M. Gad, Anne-Marie Langevin, Aaron J. Sugalski & Gail E. Tomlinson Abstract Desmoid tumors are a manifestation of familial adenomatous polyposis (FAP), associated with mutation of the APC gene. Although considered benign tumors, desmoids ca …


Frontiers in Biosciences (Elite Ed) Cytogenetics of hepatoblastoma

January 2, 2020

Gail E Tomlinson 1 Abstract The cytogenetics of hepatoblastoma demonstrate recurring events which include whole chromosome trisomies, most commonly trisomy of chromosome 2, 8, or 10. In addition, unbalanced translocations involving a breakpoint on the …


San Antonio Magazine: Top Doctors

January 1, 2020

Professor of Pediatrics, Greehey distinguished chair in genetics and cancer; division director, pediatric hematology-oncology; co-director, population science and prevention program, Mays Cancer Center/UT Health When Dr. Gail Tomlinson decided to speci …


GRACIAS Texas: Empowering South Texas’ underserved population (Tomlinson)

December 26, 2019

Senior health educator Anna Maria Pulido Saldivar, who is based in Laredo, educates community members in South Texas about cancer prevention and screening. Mays Cancer Center Annual Report Knowledge is power, and with today’s advances in science, knowi …


Human Mutation: Clinical spectrum of individuals with pathogenic NF1 missense variants affecting p.Met1149, p.Arg1276, and p.Lys1423: genotype-phenotype study in neurofibromatosis type 1

October 8, 2019

Magdalena Koczkowska 1, Tom Callens 1, Yunjia Chen 1, Alicia Gomes 1, Alesha D Hicks 1, Angela Sharp 1, Eric Johns 1, Kim Armfield Uhas 2, Linlea Armstrong 3, Katherine Armstrong Bosanko 4, Dusica Babovic-Vuksanovic 5, Laura Baker 6, Donald G Basel 7,  …


Pediatric Blood & Cancer: Characterization of pediatric hepatocellular carcinoma reveals genomic heterogeneity and diverse signaling pathway activation

April 11, 2019

Katherine Haines 1, Stephen F Sarabia 2 3, Karla R Alvarez 2 3, Gail Tomlinson 4, Sanjeev A Vasudevan 3 5, Andras A Heczey 3 6, Angshumoy Roy 2 3, Milton J Finegold 2, D Williams Parsons 1 3 6, Sharon E Plon 1 3 6, Dolores López-Terrada 2 3 Abstract Ba …


YouTube: Experimental Biology TV, WebsEdgeMedicine

April 4, 2019

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iWUUaz6A6Mo&t=92s “Cancers in children are rare, and the genetics and epigenetic causes are very different from those of adults. Consequently, the study of the etiology and potential therapies for these tumors requir …


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