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An Integrated Genomic Analysis of Human Glioblastoma Multiforme
D. Williams Parsons, Si�n Jones, Xiaosong Zhang, Jimmy Cheng-Ho Lin, Rebecca J. Leary, Philipp Angenendt, Parminder Mankoo, Hannah Carter, I-Mei Siu, Gary L. Gallia, Alessandro Olivi, Roger McLendon, B. Ahmed Rasheed, Stephen Keir, Tatiana Nikolskaya, Yuri Nikolsky, Dana A. Busam, Hanna Tekleab, Luis A. Diaz Jr., James Hartigan, Doug R. Smith, Robert L. Strausberg, Suely Kazue Nagahashi Marie, Sueli Mieko Oba Shinjo, Hai Yan, Gregory J. Riggins, Darell D. Bigner, Rachel Karchin, Nick Papadopoulos, Giovanni Parmigiani, Bert Vogelstein, Victor E. Velculescu, Kenneth W. Kinzler

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This supplement contains:
Materials and Methods
Figs. S1 and S2
References

Corrected 26 September 2008:
On page 2, the reference to table S2 was corrected to table S1. On pages 6 and 7, the description of methods was revised for clarity. On pages 11 and 12, additional details of features 34 and 38 were added to the table and the date of UniProtKB download was added.
The original version can be found here

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Correction: A column providing further integration between the mutational and expression data was added to table S3.
The original version can be found here

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