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SETD2 is the only methyltransferase for H3K36me3, and our previous study has firstly demonstrated that it functioned as one tumor suppressor in hematopoiesis. Consistent with it, SETD2 mutation, which led to its loss of function, was identified in AML. However, the distribution and function of SETD2 mutation in AML remained largely unknown. Herein, we integrated SETD2-mutated AML cases from our center and literature reports, and found that NPM1 mutation was the most common concomitant geneticdoi:10.1186/s40364-020-00243-y pmid:33292784 fatcat:vjethatsyvbrxknw3h2ppzlkxe