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path4186-sup-0001-AppendixS1.pdfPDF document250KAppendix S1. Supplementary methods.
path4186-sup-0002-AppendixS2.xlsExcel spreadsheet599KAppendix S2. Synthesized RNA baits.
path4186-sup-0003-FigS1.pdfPDF document444KDetection and rearrangement junctions in reference samples.
path4186-sup-0004-FigS2.pdfPDF document516KSensitivity and specificity determination of geBACS by FISH.
path4186-sup-0005-FigS3.pdfPDF document7410K In situ RNA detection of ETV4 and ETV5 in cases harbouring TMPRSS2–ETV4 and TMPRSS2–ETV5 rearrangements.
path4186-sup-0006-FigS4.pdfPDF document520KThe most common TMPRSS2–ERG rearrangement involves the first intron of TMPRSS2 and the third intron of ERG resulting in an exon 1–exon 4 TMPRSS2–ERG fusion transcript.
path4186-sup-0007-FigS5.pdfPDF document1191KInter- and intra-genic rearrangements in TMPRSS2 and ERG are only detected in tumour, and not in normal adjacent tissue.
path4186-sup-0008-FigS6.pdfPDF document583KDetailed characterization of rearrangements in case 995.
path4186-sup-0009-FigS7.pdfPDF document533KDetailed characterization of rearrangements in VCaP cell line.
path4186-sup-0010-FigS8.pdfPDF document491KGenomic rearrangements involving TMPRSS2, SLC45A3, ERG, ETV4, and ETV5.
path4186-sup-0011-FigS9.pdfPDF document574KCases showing complex genomic rearrangements involving TMPRSS2 and ERG.
path4186-sup-0012-FigS10.pdfPDF document295KStrong enrichment of microhomologies at breakpoint junctions.
path4186-sup-0013-TableS1.pdfPDF document272KClinical and pathological characteristics of study samples.
path4186-sup-0014-TableS2.pdfPDF document278KDetailed clinical and pathological characteristics of the cohort.
path4186-sup-0015-TableS3.pdfPDF document303KJunction-specific primer sets.
path4186-sup-0016-TableS4.pdfPDF document310KCharacteristics of rearrangement junctions identified in patients, reference, and cell line samples.

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