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Table S1. Summary of samples exome sequenced and associated mutation status. 1: Data generated in this project. 2: Data from “Hodis et al., 2012;. A landscape of driver mutations in melanoma. Cell. 150(20):251-263”. 3: Data from “Krauthammer et al., 2012. Exome sequencing identifies recurrent somatic RAC1 mutations in melanoma. Nature Genetics. 44(9):1006-1014”.

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Table S2. Exome sequencing results from 32 MUP.

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Table S3. Mutation rates of genes frequently mutated in melanoma from exome sequencing results. Comparison is between 32 MUP exomes and a cohort of 151 MKP taken from publications Krauthammer 2012 and Hodis 2012. Numbers and values are based on non-synonymous mutations only. NF1, CDKN2A and PTEN are mutated at a lower frequency in MUP than MKP- note: homozygous deletions of chromosomes are not taken into consideration

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Table S4. Melanoma specific mutation panel results of MUP.

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Table S5. Melanoma specific mutation panel results of MKP.

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Table S6. Exome sequencing coverage statistics.

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