Subtypes of HPV-positive head and neck cancers are associated with HPV characteristics, copy number alterations, PIK3CA mutation, and pathway signatures

Yanxiao Zhang, Lada A. Koneva, Shama Virani, Anna E. Arthur, Alisha Virani, Pelle B. Hall, Charles D. Warden, Thomas E. Carey, Douglas B. Chepeha, Mark E. Prince, Jonathan B. McHugh, Gregory T. Wolf, Laura S. Rozek, Maureen A. Sartor

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