Activating cd246 gene mutation negative

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Activating cd246 gene mutation negative - a genetic finding indicating that mutations in the alk gene which encode constitutively active forms of the alk tyrosine kinase receptor protein are not present in a sample. Also see activating alk gene mutation negative

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