A dominant gain-of-function mutation in universal tyrosine kinase SRC causes thrombocytopenia, myelofibrosis, bleeding, and bone pathologies

E. Turro, D. Greene, A. Wijgaerts, C. Thys, C. Lentaigne, T.K. Bariana, S.K. Westbury, A.M. Kelly, D. Selleslag, J.C. Stephens, S. Papadia, I. Simeoni, C.J. Penkett, S. Ashford, A. Attwood, S. Austin, T. Bakchoul, P. Collins, S.V.V. Deevi, R. FavierM. Kostadima, M.P. Lambert, M. Mathias, C.M. Millar, K. Peerlinck, D.J. Perry, S. Schulman, D. Whitehorn, C. Wittevrongel, M. De Maeyer, A. Rendon, K. Gomez, Wendy N. Erber, A.D. Mumford, P. Nurden, K. Stirrups, J.R. Bradley, F.L. Raymond, M.A. Laffan, C. Van Geet, S. Richardson, K. Freson, H. Ouwehand

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