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Term:
NUT midline carcinoma (DOID:0060463)
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adenocarcinoma +   
adenoid cystic carcinoma +   
adrenal carcinoma  
adrenal medulla carcinoma 
Adult Pancreatic Cancer  
anal carcinoma +   
appendix carcinoma +  
basosquamous carcinoma 
bile duct carcinoma +   
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bone carcinoma +  
brain stem angioblastoma 
breast carcinoma +   
breast secretory carcinoma +  
bronchus carcinoma +   
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cerebellar angioblastoma  
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choroid plexus carcinoma  
collecting duct carcinoma  
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endometrial carcinoma +   
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eye carcinoma +  
fallopian tube carcinoma +   
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granular cell carcinoma 
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high grade ependymoma +   
in situ carcinoma +   
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large cell carcinoma +   
laryngeal carcinoma +   
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lymphoepithelioma-like carcinoma 
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middle ear carcinoma +  
myoepithelial carcinoma +   
nasal cavity carcinoma +   
nasopharynx carcinoma +   
neuroendocrine carcinoma +   
NUT midline carcinoma  
A carcinoma that is characterized by a BRD4-NUT translocation involving the rearrangement of the bromodomain-containing protein 4 (BRD4) and the gene encoding nuclear protein of the testis (NUT) at 15q14, BRD4-NUT t(15;19)(q14;q13.1) and arises from midline epithelial structures, most commonly the head, neck, and mediastinum.
ovarian carcinoma +   
ovary epithelial cancer +   
pancreatic carcinoma +   
papillary carcinoma +   
parathyroid carcinoma  
penis carcinoma +   
peritoneal carcinoma +   
pituitary carcinoma +   
prostate carcinoma +   
renal carcinoma +   
retinal hemangioblastoma 
retroperitoneum carcinoma 
salivary gland carcinoma +   
sarcomatoid carcinoma +   
Schneiderian carcinoma 
scrotal carcinoma +  
sebaceous carcinoma +  
Skene gland carcinoma 
skin carcinoma +   
small cell carcinoma +   
small intestine carcinoma +   
squamous cell carcinoma +   
stomach carcinoma +   
thymic carcinoma +   
thyroid gland carcinoma +   
tongue carcinoma  
trachea carcinoma +  
transitional cell carcinoma +   
ureter carcinoma +   
vaginal carcinoma +  
verrucous carcinoma +  
vulva carcinoma +