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Fig. 1 | BMC Cancer

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From: Involvement of DPP9 in gene fusions in serous ovarian carcinoma

Fig. 1

Experimental validation of DPP9 fusions. a RT-PCR validation of the DPP9-PPP6R3 rearrangement in sample 7. Lanes from left: (1) DNA size marker, (2–3) PCR-reactions, and (4–5) nested-PCR. b RT-PCR with primers of the putative DPP9-PLIN3 rearrangement gave a weak band of the expected length of base pairs (3rd lane, band indicating PCR-product of approximately 300 base pairs). c-d Sanger sequencing. Partial sequence of the DPP9-PPP6R3 rearrangement. The fusion junction is marked by an arrow. The rearrangement introduces a stop codon in the new sequence (“tag”, marked by an asterisk)

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