A common nonsense mutation in EphB2 is associated with prostate cancer risk in African American men with a positive family history

R. A. Kittles, A. B. Boffoe-Bonnie, T. Y. Moses, C. M. Robbins, C. Ahaghotu, P. Huusko, C. Pettaway, S. Vijayakumar, J. Bennett, G. Hoke, T. Mason, S. Weinrich, J. M. Trent, F. S. Collins, S. Mousses, J. Bailey-Wilson, P. Furbert-Harris, G. Dunston, I. J. Powell, J. D. Carpten

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