Fanconi anemia and homologous recombination gene variants are associated with functional DNA repair defects in vitro and poor outcome in patients with advanced head and neck squamous cell carcinoma

C.V.M. Verhagen, D.M. Vossen, K. Borgmann, F. Hageman, R. Grénman, M. Verwijs-Jansen, L. Mout, R.J.C. Kluin, M. Nieuwland, T.M. Severson, A. Velds, R. Kerkhoven, M.J. O'Connor, M. van der Heijden, M.-L. van Velthuysen, M. Verheij, V.B. Wreesmann, L.F.A. Wessels, M.W.M. van den Brekel, C. Vens

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