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So there are a number of ways point mutations can hyperactivate or inactivate genes. But realistically there are only some small number of point mutations ever observed for a particular gene in cancers. An example is the JAK2 mutation: c.1849G>T p.V617F chr9:5073770 which is almost the only JAK2 base substitution observed in leukemias.

Is there some estimate of the number of substitution loci ever observed in cancers?

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  • $\begingroup$ you can visit the TCGA website, but be warned navigating that mess is a giant pain $\endgroup$ – FoldedChromatin Aug 16 '16 at 18:51
  • $\begingroup$ @KoustavPal yeah I've played with TCGA a lot, but that I can find there is no sum total estimate of this. $\endgroup$ – The Nightman Aug 16 '16 at 21:47

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