Genomic profiling results of 26,391 malignant tumors were screened and only samples with alterations in MET exon 14 or intron 13 and 14 that could potentially cause MET exon 14 skipping or the loss of MET p.Y1003 residue were analyzed. Genomic profiling of these samples was performed on formalin-fixed paraffin-embedded (FFPE) tumor/plasma biopsy specimens that were obtained from patients signed written informed consent.

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